Ether model

I think there is a disconnect between the kind of etheric realm of super-refined vibrational dynamics I refer to, theoretically, and the established approaches that quantum physics uses, that will not be bridged, using physics' present "direct" approach. I believe my proposal, for a new kind of test to obtain indirect evidence, would be the best approach to bridging this disconnect.

There might be one exception, at least potentially, as far as the ether ever being detected directly, using the present approaches in physics. But first physics would have to entertain the possible existence of an ether, which it doesn't, at present.

The one possibility I can see, from my perspective as an ether theorist, of the ether ever being detected using an existing technological approach, would lie in the area of particle-physics research into "quasiparticles." -Researchers into the tiniest subquantal units, such as fermions and bosons, have discovered what they call "states of elevated excitation" affecting such subparticles, which they have termed quasiparticles. The exact nature of quasiparticles is still unknown.

Going from the model of the ether I have presented above, I believe these mysterious "states of elevated excitation," which seem to be affecting these smallest subquantum units, represent vibrational "etheroidal" units (previously formed via vibrational entrainment of multiple elemental ether units) "escaping" from their vibrational ether state, and, at least transiently, forming connections with the subquantal units, under certain unusual laboratory conditions that the subquantum units were subjected to.

(I also think that what physics calls "waves" represent a somewhat similar, often transient, transitional effect, occurring between etheroidal and subquantal energy units, with quantal units like photons becoming involved as a secondary effect, as in double-slit experiments)
There is no chance to "bridge" between existing physics and your ether simply because there is nothing on your side. It would be a bridge into nothing.

The notion of "quasiparticles" is well established in condensed matter physics. The sound waves follow the same quantum mathematics as light waves, and therefore there are also corresponding quantizations of the energy levels, which give a particle-like behavior. These particle-like excitations are named phonons. These are not the only examples of particle-like excitations in condensed matter theory, but the most famous one. And the general name for all of them is "quasiparticles".

And, indeed, I use an ether model where the usual elementary particles are interpreted in a similar way as quasiparticles of the ether.

If you really want to do something useful for the ether, learn established standard physics, learn the existing ether theories, those published in mainstream physics journals, thus, have at least some chance to be accepted by mainstream physicists, and distribute knowledge about these theories.
This is as a postscript on my Ether Model. -Sometimes, condensing a presentation to its most essential points can result in clarification.

A key idea of the ether model is that an ether, composed of elemental, and therefore identical, units that interact vibrationally, and perfectly-linearly, originated, in the beginning, from a "first" world in which only elemental "points" were oscillating. Then the oscillational point-units transitioned to a vibrational ether. That would mean that everything from then on, including atoms and their constituent quantum particles, are made of these elemental ether units. In quantum entanglement, the "entangled" quantum particles stay connected with each other through the ether, because their building blocks of elemental ether units are able to vibrate together with the elemental ether units in the underlying ether matrix.

Following the first world, and then a second "ether world," our structured atomic/quantum world was the next step. Although it is undetectable to us, the underlying ether constitutes the building-block framework our world developed from.
In my ether model, the way that a quantum unit's "building blocks" are able to contact outside elemental ether units around the quantum unit, as in quantum entanglement, would be that the elemental "building block units" are not bound tightly and "isolated" in the quantum unit, but are rather "loosely" resonating with the other elemental units that make up the quantum unit. These vibrational dynamics would also extend outwardly, and be able to connect with vibrating elemental ether units in the surrounding ether matrix.
I would correlate this part of my ether model with certain observations linked with the "double slit" experiments of physics.

Physicists are puzzled when photons, which they consider to be "solid particles," appear to change, while under observation, to wave-forms. Standard physics theory has no way to account for this.

Using my ether model, a photon undergoing a change like this would be traceable to underlying dynamic processes going on at the level of the elemental ether unit. At that level, elemental ether units of the ether matrix surrounding the photon are constantly vibrating resonationally with the elemental units that make up a photon (and every other kind of larger energy unit.) Dynamic transitions filter on up through larger energy units, reaching the photon that "changes" while being observed in the double slit experiment.
The above also leads to an intriguing new theory of gravity. -If two solid bodies are being gravitationally attracted, what is happening at the level of the elemental, or "universal," ether units is that more-highly-energized elemental units inside each mass-body are in contact with identical, but less-energized, elemental ether units in the "auric" space-zone between the two bodies. They are all part of what could be called "the elemental-ether-unit-continuum," which exists everywhere. But inasmuch as the ether units from inside the bodies interact with each other at a higher, matter-associated, energy level, then, when they enter the "auric" space zone between the bodies, as part of that elemental-unit-continuum, the ether in that zone of space becomes more energically interactive. -This erases the tiny spaces between elemental units in this zone of space, as they increasingly connect-up, which in turn constricts the ether. -This would represent a new model of gravity based on shrinkage of the ether between solid bodies.
I derived this Model from long-term codebreaking work on sets of codes in a historical Document, that were putatively encoded there by an otherworldly Source.

What? What? "...putatively encoded there by an otherworldly Source?" What document? What Source?
You really do not want to open that can-of-worms. Besides, you see, the source is a secret.. shhhhh

I'd fully reveal that kind of information only if and when I can get funding, for an expensive etheric-energy field-test, given by this Source that I claim to have.
This Thread presenting my Ether Model has been lengthy and somewhat rambling. At this point I'd like to present a summary, giving what I consider the basic important points of the Model.

I submit that the likeliest mechanism that could have served as the first cause, to lead to the kind of world we have now would have been oscillation. The likeliest substrate for oscillation would have been pure original space. Original space would have been free of any kind of forces, and therefore could have been more self-compatible than space is now. The "points" of oscillation in space would have to have had non-oscillating space between them for oscillatory motion to have occurred. This leads to the concept that massless elemental "point localities" of space were what came first. (Such "localities" of space would have to have been finite. -If oscillational reciprocity-distances were infinite, oscillations could not have occurred.)

The next step would have been a transition, from elemental points oscillating, to etheric elemental points that vibrate, as follows: Fatigue of neighboring oscillating spatial points would have produced "Yin Yang" combinational pairings of some of the elemental units, which then, as they would have necessarily had to reversibly revert to singleton units, would have fallen out-of-phase with the oscillations, erasing the perfect symmetry of original space. (Oscillational fatigue is a process known to occur in metals.) -These new elemental points in space would have been transitional, changing from oscillational to vibrational. The new vibrational elemental units would have been interactional, as their outward vibrations came into contact. They would eventually have formed an ether matrix composed of uniform elemental units, which would have served as the fundamental building blocks for everything from then on. The next step after that would have been that these elements would have served to underlie a transition to our structured quantum/atomic world - for which I don't see any other possibility than creational design, using the more-refined etheric units to move the larger quantum-scale units around, via designed pathways (through "like unit" pathways, or channels, coursing through the ether matrix.)

Space itself would have changed, from pure original space, to a new form of space containing a universal ether.

You need creational input, for one example, to account for how antiparticles could have been channeled out of the way of the new quantum particle-universe, presumably being channeled toward black holes. (This would amount to a first-ever way to explain both the absence of antiparticles and the presence of black holes in the universe.) Also, this picture, of an unstructured ether matrix, composed of elemental units, existing together with a structured quantum world where all the quantum units and atoms are also made of the same elemental units, represents the only way to rationally explain quantum entanglement.
In my last Post, the concept in my Model that a universal ether arose from a "first" world in space (in which there were oscillating point-localities of space, between which there had to be tiny empty parts of space to provide needed "room" for the oscillations), and that space itself changed after the point-localities underwent oscillatory fatigue and combined, then reversibly reverted to vibratory singleton points, which broke the perfect symmetry of "first world" space, is a concept that leads into an intriguing model of gravity (as well as of quantum entanglement.) -The picture of space then would be of vibrating (instead of oscillating) ether units, between which there are tiny "empty" portions of space.

As for gravity, when two solid bodies are being attracted gravitationally, my Model would have it that the elemental ether units inside the atoms of the solid bodies are at a higher energy state, by being inside the bodies' atoms. Elemental ether units would also exist in the "auric" space between the two bodies, which, being elemental, are identical to the elemental ether units inside the bodies, but are at a lower energy level, due to being in space rather than inside the bodies. In my Model, there would exist what could be called an "elemental ether unit continuum," which in this case, means that the elemental ether units inside the two bodies are in a state of continuous vibratory resonance with the elemental ether units in the space near the bodies. -As the higher-energy ether units from the bodies interact, via the "continuum," with the lower-energy ether units in the nearby space, the state of the ether of this "auric" space becomes more energized, as the ether units increasingly come into contact with one another. That means that the tiny spaces between "spatial" ether units is erased, which in turn constricts the ether itself between the bodies, pulling the bodies toward each other gravitationally.
Michael may I suggest that you write a book.
It will still be open to critical review but in writing it you will have to research stuff, probably physics, and maybe have to develop some equations... You are off to a good start with all you have posted here when you think about it.

It is inevitable that Physics will have to accept the Ether. Concepts now applied to understanding the universe region such as "dark matter" and "dark energy" are reflections of "dark" theories. Using just quantum theory, as formulated for the earth region, to explain cosmological physics, will have to be recognized as falling short of the mark, sooner or later.
It is inevitable that Physics will have to accept the Ether. Concepts now applied to understanding the universe region such as "dark matter" and "dark energy" are reflections of "dark" theories. Using just quantum theory, as formulated for the earth region, to explain cosmological physics, will have to be recognized as falling short of the mark, sooner or later.

I have proposed something called Progenitor state of matter and radiation.
Rajesh has presented his theories in his own threads.. I think discussions of his theories like progenitor State should stay in his threads.
As far as "EVIDENCE," if you check back to earlier posts of mine in this Thread, you can see that I mentioned that I have a potential method to test my ether model, via a field test to generate a selectively-etheric energy field, but the test would be expensive (up to 8 figures in dollars), and I don't have a financial way to get it done.