Since there is no temperature lower than absolute zero, is there any maximum temperature possible?

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Oct 31, 2014

Some scientists say the maximum temperature that can be attained is Planck's temperature. Planck's temperature is approximately #1.42 * 10^32 #Kelvin

Note : Scientists never attained 0Kelvin but reached close to 0kelvin (like 1milli kelvin I guess).