# If energy can't order itself, how did energy get ordered or made? [duplicate]

In the universe we see that hydrogen (bound up energy) is found in a highly concentrated ordered state in some places and it's highly dispersed in most other places. There is a natural progression that makes all of the elements heavier than hydrogen so is there a return cycle to make hydrogen again? If not, how did hydrogen (bound up energy) get into a highly concentrated ordered state as we see it today? (You could appeal to another universe and it still will not answer the question of how energy got ordered or made for that matter.)

• You may want to edit your question and remove the last part: " I need to have..." Nov 5 '18 at 17:10
• Your title asks about energy, but the question itself asks about hydrogen. That's a bit confusing, so you should fix the title to better reflect your question. Or change the question body to match the title, if you are really asking about energy. Nov 5 '18 at 18:07
• The question is how energy got into an ordered state as we see it today? Nov 5 '18 at 23:10
• In supernovas, the last phase just before the forming of the black hole or the neutron star is, that the temperature goes over some ten billion Kelvins. On that temperature, even the $He_4$ nuclei break apart, and the collapsing stellar core is pure hidrogen for some seconds. Nov 5 '18 at 23:54
• A star that goes supernova is already in an ordered state. My question is how the star got to be in an ordered state in a vacuum where hydrogen disperses into a less ordered state. Nov 6 '18 at 0:05