in the vast reaches of space where Boyles law dictates that gasses move to fill the container they are in evenly. the container being the galaxy - they would never choose to coaleces and even if they did would never tightly compact to form anything.
Boyle's Law certainly does not dictate this. Do you actually know Boyle's Law? And this atmosphere of ours - what is it contained by? What could possibly make all the gases around us compact themselves against this planet? Why are these gases not expanding filling the galaxy? Off topic material hidden
I would answer the rest of your post, but it is even more stupid than the above and I would rather gnaw off my own leg than waste time on it.