Thomas Aquinas is famous for making his 5 arguments for the existence of God. Arguably the weirdest of them is the Argument from Degrees.
As far as I understand it, the basic premise of the Argument from Degrees is "If there are two things that have some property to a higher and a lesser degree, there has to be a thing that has that same property to the maximal possible degree.". But isn't that implying that the Third Law of Thermodynamics is false? I mean, let's say the property in question is coldness. Some things are more cold than others. But, per the Third Law of Thermodynamics, there cannot be a maximally cold thing, the temperature of 0 Kelvins cannot exist.