The Higgs boson is claimed to be an "elementary particle" according to standard quantum theory. It conforms to the rest of quantum mechanics, in which fields, waves, vectors, spin, and other similar mechanisms mediate quantum forces. This would not be related to my model of an underlying matrix-like vibratory ether. -If you check earlier in this Thread, I have given a model of the ether based on a first-causal universal oscillation of original space, which transitioned into a universal ether, which consists of elementary point-like units which vibrate. Having been derived ultimately out of original space, these vibrating elemental units have no mass. The larger energy units formed by these elemental units, such as quantum units, would be called "particle capacities," rather than "particles." I was talking about the possibility of using maths at some future time, if science decided to pursue the idea of investigating and defining my type of ether, which has a different energic dynamics (vibrational) than quantum forces have, and which CERN talks about correlating with a "Higgs boson."