You haven't established the factual predicate to induct a cite into the dead claim. Why don't you learn what the mass and volume of aether are, and report them here? You said aether has mass and volume. I said, if so, you can state its measure in kg and m[sup]3[/sup]. You can't, because it doesn't. There's no jumping off point here. This is a terminus. Your point is dead on the ground, incapable of reanimation by supersolids, galactic pressure, de Broglie, or anything else you want to clutter the thread with. No, you just invented that conclusion. Go back to my point above, without a quantitative value in kg and m[sup]3[/sup] you have no basis for saying any of this. You're just pulling it out of thin air and requiring it to be so, according to any arbitrary rules you impose. That makes it pure sci-fi, nothing more. No, you're inventing those conclusions. Again, it's not pressure which is a function of surface area. Put down your cites and write one equation that you know to be true. No formulas means no laws, no principles, and thus, no aether.