CHAPTER I
Terms and definitions

GAS

 GAS - is a state of aggregation of the chemical elements’ “hedgehogs”, when they freely move in the space, periodically interacting.

  All chemical elements of the 1-st parallel world are born from the neutron gravitational flow of sufficient density.

  In the gravitational flow, there are two neutrons, like two balls on a billiard-table after twisting to opposite sides and being displaced by contact will move in the same direction. If a coupling like this is directed against the flow, the flow, all the same, will turn the pair to its motion direction, having compounded another one, two, or three neutrons to it because of actions of another neutrons. Eventually, only two stable compounds – either a neutrons’ pentad, having flux direction and neutron (nuclear) accelerating mechanism, or a cube of nine neutrons, in which two tetrads compress one neutron without an accelerating mechanism – Hydrogen gas will be born. In Hydrogen gas origination, the neutrons’ tetrads compressing one neutron are situated on the flux axis and the small magnets of neutrinos with the South poles outside and the North poles on one neutron are being formed on them. The father of all gases, and it means of all elements, is Hydrogen. It is a cube, from which the “hedgehogs”’ needles grow.

  The neutrons’ pentad, with the nuclear accelerating mechanism overcoming the gravitational flow, already itself captures neutrons and either becomes a Hydrogen cube, or compounds to a Hydrogen cube as a needle.

  Two axes with four North poles will be in the subsequent chemical element Helium-gas and in all other chemical elements-gases in a stabilized position in the horizontal plane. For that reason, the homonymous gases repel one another. From this, the so-called elasticity of gases occurs.

  The larger “hedgehog”-gas by comparison with all “hedgehogs”-elements under some conditions, rotates more slowly around the vertical axis because of a less quantity of the gravitational carriers will interact with it. Let’s look at the photo Fig.5, on which an exact geometrical relationship between gases Lithium – Hydrogen and Bohr – Hydrogen is shown. Neutrons are similar in all “hedgehogs”.

  If you examine a spatial cube of capacity at 22.4 litres, at once it will become understood that under similar conditions there will be different quantities of the different “hedgehogs” in that capacity, and Avogadro’s law will be wrong, look at Fig.5).