Question: Known as absolute zero at -273.15° Celsius, zero Kelvin is that state wherein any substance at that level does not possess any heat at all. In 1892 the British physicist who established the Kelvin scale based on this temperature became well-known as Lord Kelvin. What was his real name?
Answer: Lord Kelvin’s, real name was William Thomson. (Photo, below) He definitely became well known for establishing the Kelvin scale but Queen Victoria honored him by conferring on him the title, ‘Lord’ for this expert guidance in the task of installing the overseas telegraphic cables that connected Britain with America.