Aether Bubbles: The View from Within

Some of us remember the 500 word essay we wrote in grade school; the one we wrote for talking in class – and the one for which the insides of a ping-pong ball was the proscribed subject matter.

The task of building the entire universe out of one thing is about the same.

In our last 500 word essay, we wrote of bubbles in the aether, and of circularly driven hard (and probably fast) light energy, (note that hard light term comes from the Theoria YT channel and refers to extremely high energy “light”. He is not affiliated with this site, but I agree with some of his precepts. I have been describing a pretty esoteric view of the universe. Splitting energy into fast/hard and slow/soft light gives us some leeway with regard to building a molecular model out of aether (and nothing else).

If indeed the idea of light-speed particles orbiting anything (under normal conditions) is as absurd as it sounds, then the aether view of the bubble of an atom, with its aether discontinuity shell, may be an upgrade in the thoughts about the matter.  Having a two speed light, each speed with different interaction capabilities (i.e., with matter, with energy, with aether) – gives us some construction help in the building of atoms with internals like “electrons” and a “nucleus” and a bunch of “photons”.  Each may serve as an abstraction for bumps in the aether, some condensed and circular, some uncondensed and line-like.

We know the constants in the periodic table do work

We know the constants in the periodic table do work.  They work to build molecules of atoms in a very logical way.   But, the constants themselves can be derived in many theoretical ways.  There is more than one way to build a constant conceptually, and some other concepts may be wrong.  The current model is not necessarily correct, simply because it produces constants of the correct magnitude.  The vector may be wrong.

So, what about the insides of a ping-pong ball aether bubble?  It must have something that mimicks levels, or at least that is an intuitive thing to think.   There are a couple ways to conceive this, right off hand.  There are some other folks on the YT channels (FractalWoman comes to mind) – that subscribe to the idea of standing waves as “particles” and travelling waves as “energy”.  To a great extent, I think that is good reasoning in an aether-only restricted universe. We need to use every angle we can get our hands on.

The waves are reflected from the aether discontinuity shell.

But, standing waves are built from forward and reflected waves.  Note the latter term.  The reverse wave kinda has to be reflected from something.  This is where I step in.  The waves are reflected from the aether discontinuity shell.  Inside of the shell, the forward and reflected waves could create standing waves, and (as the YT lady says) – represent “electrons”.  How could energy transit the barrier of the aether shell discontinuity?  Hard/fast light and slow light have different interaction capabilities, as mentioned earlier.  One could interact, while the other did not.

OK, so we have an aether shell and some electrons.  Let’s put the nucleus aside for the moment.  How do we interact our ping-pong ball bubble with others, so as to create molecular compounds?

There is the subject of surface waves.  Our favorite YT lady has pontificated upon these in great extent.  These waves can produce (at the surface/interface of aether discontinuities) either attraction or dis-attraction (where the former is a type of low pressure mediation).   In that idea could be our molecule builder.

In Genesis it’s written that God moulded the universe.  How convenient it may be that the single ingredient of  the aether was His clay.

To be continued …

Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics.  Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.

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