So this is based on cosmic microwave background? According to the BBT, the young universe began with hydrogen plasma. When the universe expanded, plasma and its radiation got cooler and protons and neutrons combined to form neutral atoms. This is called the recombination epoch followed by photon decoupling.<quoted text>
This is also somewhat confused. Plasmas are typically mixtures of charged particles. They typically consist of free electrons and either bare nuclei (at high temperatures) or highly charged atoms (at lower temperatures). Unless there is pair formation from gamma rays, new electrons are not formed. The came from the original atoms that became the plasma.
Sheesh. A Lorentz factor is a basic concept when dealing with relativistic situations. How about a Lorentz transformation? Much easier to use and has a lot more information.
Now why would it be called hydrogen plasma if according to your assertion, plasma is a hot state composed of particles (and not hydrogen). Is that from another theory other than the big bang? How does your theory create an electron if not through the process of ionization? You are describing something different than plasma state.