Information exchange to outside of the atom

We are familiar with the interactions of an atom within its environment.

The atom can share electrons of the outer shell with other atoms and form molecules. It can make a build up into crystals and become “solid,” or it can show viscous behavior towards other atoms and molecules or even become gaseous. It can bind with other elements and form chemical compositions. All these types of events will give signals through the total system regarding specific energy transformations and related frequencies of the constituents that absorb or release energy by frequency adjustments.

Moreover, it will show its impact up to an included the nucleus.

It is Panta rhei up to the cardioid of each constituent.