Absolute Zero (0° Kelvin) is also known as −273.15° Celsius and −459.67° Fahrenheit. It is the temperature where all matter looses it's momentum/kinetic energy.
A system at absolute zero still possesses quantum mechanical zero-point energy, the energy of its ground state. However, in the classical interpretation the kinetic energy is zero and the thermal energy of matter vanishes.
Vibration is a necessity of existance as is and since at Absolute Zero all matter stops vibrating, they cease to exist in this space-time continuum as they were, and return back to the original state before the Big Bang. This new existance is known as SuperAtoms or Bose-Einstein Condensates.
For example, Sodium atoms, when cooled from vapor, naturally condense into clusters known as SuperAtoms, preferentially containing a magic number of atoms (2, 8, 20, 40, 58 or 82). The first two of these can be recognized as the numbers of electrons needed to fill the first and second shells, respectively. The superatom theory is that free electrons in the cluster occupy a new set of orbitals that are defined by the entire group of atoms, i.e. cluster, rather than each individual atom separately
Whole new classes of compounds can be created from small clusters of atoms acting like single atoms of another element, researchers demonstrate for the first time in work reported in this week's Science. 13 aluminum SuperAtoms behave like halogens and can combine with them to form halogen compounds with novel properties, the researchers write. And 14 aluminum SuperAtoms act like single alkaline earth atoms capable of forming ionic compounds that are in effect new types of salt.