Expansion of materials by energy.
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Expansion of materials by energy
"In order to maintain the energy density required by the Cosmos (Da), any material to which energy is supplied undergoes an expansion"

In this article I deal with a fundamental element in physics, which is the average density of energy that the Cosmos tends to maintain.
It is this property or characteristic at the beginning of composing my atomic model (1975) I called it the Law of Universal Balance, and it told us that because the Cosmos is completely full of cosmic energy, and this behaves like a fluid throughout the cosmic space, in all places in this space would tend to have the same amount of energy, precisely because of the force of pressure that every fluid exerts in these circumstances.
Well, in the Cosmos, all the cosmic energy tries to redistribute itself equitably throughout all its places.
But what happens when this cosmic energy condenses and accumulates in the form of matter?
Well, an excessive concentration of energy is produced in that created matter, and as a force of pressure and expansion, magnetic forces are produced, created and born.
So the magnetic forces are the forces of expansion and redistribution of energy and matter throughout the cosmos to achieve a new restoration of balance in the distribution of energy.
And how do they do it?
Well, creating orbital systems, with a central nucleus with excessive matter and energy, but with orbital peripheries that are very low in energy and matter, thus forming, as a whole, an orbital system with the appropriate sum of energy density as a whole (Excessive energy in its nucleus, but little in its periphery).
---Well, if now we add or apply more energy from the outside to the orbital systems (ie. atoms) and the materials they form, they try to adapt to the new state by increasing their size or expanding, and thus continue to maintain their adequate energy density.
---If the energy received is high, the atoms can pass their outer electrons to an outer or more distant orbit.
-- The states of materials can change to a dilated or further expanded state (from solid, to liquid, to gas).
-- And the materials of any state can in turn expand more, such as the expansion of a cylinder.
And all this produced for the searching of the maintenance of the average energy density of each one of these elements.

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Well, if this law of sharing and distribution of energy throughout the cosmos is correct, it seems clear that some of the elements that are currently considered to exist could not exist.
Not black holes, not neutron stars, not the Big-bang explanation, etc. at least such as they are currently explained.