CHAPTER I
Terms and definitions
TOTAL MASS OF THE BODY
TOTAL MASS OF THE BODY  is a sum of two scalar masses (of the rest mass and
acquired mass) and the vector one – the energy mass.
The mass formula looks like the following:
where,
Let’s consider a spatial motion of the body at any arbitrary angle with the
gravitational flow.
Let’s substitute the body motion for the motion of the counter gravitational flow.
Let’s assume that densities of the gravitational flow and the counter gravitational flow are
equal (Fig.4):
