Da Average Density of Cosmic Energy.
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Da Average Density of Cosmic Energy

Da, will be the initials of a cosmic constant that represents the average density of cosmic energy that exists in the cosmos.
In other words, if we could take all the energy of the cosmos and divide it by its volume, it would give us this Da ratio (Da = average of density), which, as we have said, is a constant.
In a certain sense, it is a parameter parallel to the speed of light C, which represents the proportion of union of space-time as a parameter of movement capacity of cosmic energy, that is, when joining space and time to form the cosmic energy, this would be converted into drag force vectors with speed C.
But well, since what interests us is the average density of energy that the cosmos contains, and that is the one represented in the drawing, we see that this consideration of a cosmological constant implies several consequences in the cosmic structuring.

1.- The space-time union has a proportion and constant of mixture, and from this, other cosmological constants emerge, such as the average density of energy in the Da cosmos; the speed of light C; the gravitational constant G, and possibly some others that are not relevant now.

2.- Therefore, space and time are invariable and do not expand or contract, that is, they are stationary.

3.- Besides to have an average of density of energy, the cosmic energy behaves like a fluid, since it has the peculiarity of exerting a balancing force (magnetic forces) for the restoration of this average energy density in all material systems that can be produced by condensing and forming matter.

4.- As a consequence of the above, we must understand that cosmic space does not expand, and that the expansion that is observed is only concerning the matter (galaxies) coming from a great explosion in a certain place in space, which (space) follows and will remain unchanged in its extension.
Therefore, and similar to the explosion of a bomb, our galaxies are only matter in explosion (our big-bang) one of the multiples that continue to be produced continuously in the cosmos.

5.- Of course, although this Da constant exists, with the creation of matter there is an imbalance in the distribution of energy throughout the cosmos, a problem that the forces of cosmic rebalancing (magnetic forces and their electrical and thermal charges) try to solve, and so they do by means of creation of orbital systems in balance of energy (matter contained/volume occupied = Da) like atoms, stars, galaxies, etc.

Universal Balance Law:
"All places in space tend to have the same energy density."