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I've always wondered this... How the temperature range found in the universe is so immense, from just above absolute zero to trillions of degrees celsius; yet life will generally only thrive in what, like a 200 degree range? That's like .0000000028 of a %. That's kinda insane to think about right? But why, if atoms can obviously handle such an incredibly large range of temperatures, would life, which is nothing but a collection of atoms at the end of the day, be so delicate, to only be able to handle .0000000028 of a % of the universal range?Kinda a weird question, but just a curiosity.