Any visualization of the structure of the aether that involves rigidness runs afoul of common sense (at least it does for me), because light can travel in any arbitrary direction as well as any other arbitrary direction. This seems to imply an on-the-fly structurable aether. Some may call it self-organizing. I think these structures are bounded by aether discontinuities, which themselves are the result of energy moments transferred in the aether (in mostly a circular fashion).
On-the-fly aether structures may be formed by
impedance aether discontinuities. Aether discontinuities are boundary conditions. Seemingly, the transit of some form of energy moment in the aether must be cause for an aether-discontinuity style of self organization that creates tunnels in the aether. Because aether discontinuities are able to reflect/refract energy moments, created tunnels may act as coaxial transit tubes for the transmission of light. The traversal of the transverse component of light could happen as either a transverse wave or as a portion of a helical wavefront, following the self-organizing path.
Aether (coaxial) tunnels may result from the ability of discontinuities to reflect moments of energy. Discontinuities in the aether could possibly support two modes of transfer: longitudinal and transverse/helical. One could think of these structures as light transmitting coaxial circuits.
The author of YT site Theoria (which is not related to this author/site) – has in the past mentioned the idea of light coaxial circuits.
So, what is the spearhead for the propagation of light? What is it that initiates the self organization and the creation of the tunnel? My opinion on this matter is that it’s the longitudinal component that paves the way for everything else. The longitudinal energy self organizes the aether as it goes – as the moments of that energy are transfered through it. The discontinuity provides a transverse or rotational/helical path for the transfer of energy moments. The ping-pong action of
quantum aether entanglement then follows via the reflections of longitudinal compression-rarefaction actions in the medium.
It’s the entanglement part that interests me, more so than the propagation of light, proper. The other stuff I study just because it’s in the road, and needs to be moved before other progress can be made.
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.