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Hello!My name is Diogo, I am 13 years old and i had a thought about the aether.In the past, scientists were searching for the medium which light propagates. They called it Aether. However, they had no clue it really existed and the conclusion was that light can propagate without any medium. So, i was wondering, what if the medium which light propagates is actually spacetime? I mean, spacetime is everywhere so scientists could have easily thought it could propagate in any environment.Thanks for your attention and sorry for bad english, i am brazilian haha!
Possibly not displaced Ether but makes room for mass by decreasing the ether density causing expansion (dilation) with an aura back to massless space as in lensing of galaxies.
The key to remember is the particle occupies a very small region of its associated wave in the aether
Quote from: liquidspacetime on 20/10/2015 20:32:12The key to remember is the particle occupies a very small region of its associated wave in the aetherWhat is the mechanism that causes the particle to be a constant speed? It seems we need that before we can determine a best guess as to the physical form.