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an electron emitting blue light would emit roughly 580 x 10 10 photons a second,
If we assume there was enough energy for both entropy and expansion, that means we need extra energy for the needs of both.
Since entropy needs energy for entropy to increase, the heat used for the initial expansion/inflation will quickly chill due to the high percent of that energy going into countless sub particle entropy. Why should the universe continue to expand, since it is now cool enough for gravity to take over? If we assume there was enough energy for both entropy and expansion, that means we need extra energy for the needs of both.
Don't confuse the frequency of blue light with the frequency of emitting photons. One electron drops to a lower energy level and emits one photon with a wavelength of 1/580 x 1010 Hz. Before it can emit another photon, it has to be pushed back up to the higher orbital.
The blue photons that first managed to propagate more than a few microns thru the quark soup, are now redshifted due to the expansion of space. Consequently, we now see them as microwaves, with an average wavelength corresponding to 2.7K.
In my model, that energy comes from a smaller-scale universe, about 60 orders of magnitude smaller, whose cosmic foam is our aether foam. The smaller-scale universe operates in reverse time; as we get older, it gets younger. As its cosmic foam bubbles expand, they pop; this converts two bubbles into one, and time reversal makes that into an increase in the number of our aether-foam bubbles, and thus one additional Planck volume of new space in our universe. It takes about 1088 Planck volumes of new space per cubic meter per second to equal the Hubble parameter, about 2.5 x 10-18/sec.
The Ukrainian-American physicist George Gamow was the first to realize that, because the universe is all there is, the huge heat from a hot Big Bang could not dissipate in the same way as the heat from a regular explosion and therefore it must still be around today.