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The macrocosmos was filled with high energy radiation.

Radiation is a mixture of electric and magnetic fields which grow and die as they move along, swapping energy between them, somewhat like the two wings of an exotic bird.
Some radiation has more energy than others. In the young Universe the radiation mostly had very high energy.
In radiation with high energy, the fields swap energy faster than in low energy radiation.
The different names given to different types of radiation are as follows:
Highest Energy

  • Gamma Rays
  • X Rays
  • Ultra Violet
  • Violet Light
  • Blue Light
  • Green Light
  • Yellow Light
  • Orange Light
  • Red Light
  • Infra Red
  • Microwaves
  • Television
  • Radio
Lowest Energy

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