You are amazing. You tell me I am wrong and then say essentially the same thing.<quoted text>
No, it is NOT the vibration of space. It is the motion of the atoms *through* space in a cyclic fashion. There is a difference.
1. Space is not what is vibrating. Instead, the atoms are moving through space.
2. This vibration of individual molecules is NOT the main component of heat. The kinetic energy through space is.
No, we found the tiny parts and then understand the larger wholes in terms of those tiny parts. No brick wall.
The expansion is still going on. So the atoms were formed *during* the expansion.
Do you attempt to be coherent?
Why do you think the singularity is anything like what happens when we start processes *within* the universe?
Causality has issues at this level.
Again, simply wrong. Heat is a large scale description based in statistical mechanics. It isn't a 'quantum carrier', whatever *that* is supposed to mean.
Hey, Einstein, you have these cyclic thingies not vibrating space as they move through it, The space isn't vibrating as they go through. Hokay. Here, try this. Try walking through a corridor 2 foot wide with a 20 ton hanging block vibrating a foot and a half on either side. What space you had is periodically gone. Does the space take a lunch break?
Where do your moving particles get this extra energy, aka heat? Out of their lunchbox? A taco truck?
The motion, and thus disp[acement of space creates heat. It can be transferred via charge between linked molecules, or it produces light. Likewise these particles can be excited by direct ransfer to them, or by being struck by light. Not the particles, actually, but the charges holding together. There is nothing in the particles to produce heat by the particles themselves. It is the stressing of charges which interacts with space, vibrating it and passing that displacement along. That displaced space vibrates those charges like wind through an Aeolian harp. It stresses the charge fields the same as the air puts a load on those strings. That is where your quantum effects come from.
But your holy scriptures of modern physics won't describe it as such.
You "know" physics, but you don't understand it.