Note to the article on ”Classical quantum”
(pages 33-36, volume 26, 11 November 2013 Physics World)
Oil is Hydrocarbon.
Independently on the exact formula of its composition, the principle of the process is that the electron process blue shift of Carbon is taken either by its own elementary processes or by the elementary process of Hydrogen. The electron process blue shift of the Hydrogen keeps the composition in liquid state. As the neutron process of the Hydrogen is of infinite low intensity (not measurable in our time system on the surface of the Earth) the blue shift surplus of the Hydrogen keeps the composition in blue shift conflict. Blue shift conflict is resulting in liquid and gaseous states. If electron process blue shift surplus is taken away – by cooling, Hydrogen compositions can be turned into solid state.