No pun intended
The question is: What happens if you run a breeding reactor at temperatures over the "standard" 9000, or rather over 9999 where components melt? Al's information post claims that every 3k heat DOUBLES the breeding speed, but is it really a doubling (x * 2^(heat/3000)) or just something meh like (x * (1+heat/3000))
And does it even increase speed past 9000?
IF it truly doubles speed every 3k, then a breeder running at 12k heat would breed twice as fast as "normal" breeders, which would be quite neat.
I've been working on a design relying on single-use cooling cells, supplied by BC pipes (AFAIK they only serve top row currently?). Since it uses no HDs it can go over 10k heat.
I've forgotten how reactor heat capacity was calculated, so will that work at 12k or make lava?