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  1. 100% as follows from quantum physics
    Absolute zero in Kelvin, i.e. absolute rest, cannot be achieved by any particle.
    It is always at some energy level.
    That is, to put it in imaginary words, it vibrates

  2. The probability tends to zero if voobshe not 0. How can there be a vibration, if there is no source of it? There is always a cause and effect. In your case, you remove the cause and, as a consequence, (sorry for the tautology) the consequence.

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