Is there an absolute Maximum Temperature?

There is ABSOLUTE ZERO
There is a maximum speed, the speed of light
Temperature is molecules in motion
If the molecules in a gas were all moving at the speed of light, this would seem to imply an absolute maximum temperature
I read of a singularity, where the idea of infinite temperature - and pressure, seems to be accepted
Thanks
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Asked Jul 21, 2014

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