Comments on the article by the author Amr Abdelhady on fast gamma particles (https://www.academia.edu/s/11062efb0d#comment_885194?from_navbar=true).
Dear Academy! According to neutron sciences, the simplest way to obtain gamma particles is to break gravitons from pieces of magnetic field lines (consisting of gravitons) of the Earth’s gravitational flow. However, we note that gravitons are formed on the surfaces of solids obtained on the basis of almost half of the chemical elements of the Mendeleev table. From which it follows that the needles of chemical elements have different lengths and, accordingly, a different number of CE-motors (structural units-motors). Thus, we always have gamma particles of different sizes, different masses with a different number of engines and, accordingly, with different speeds. One of the most widespread and fastest is the uranium gamma particle. The type of chemical element determines the speed of the gamma particle due to the different number of CE motors in them.