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by exponential orders of magnitude.
I can't answer your statement that there have been recent disproofs of ether "better" than Michelson-Morley et al's. All the key references I have seen only cite those older experiments.
t I myself don't see anything in them that would make them "better" than the earlier ones.
The only kind of experiment I can see that would detect the ether would be a field test designed to generate a selectively-etheric energy field, and then measuring material within the test setup for decreased density, an effect not produced by known forms of energy. Another term for this would be levitation. (I actually have a design for such a field test, but it would be expensive and I have not found a sponsor to fund it.)
Far out in the ocean, fluxing energies below the water's surface, by such forces as ocean currents, manifest in the form of separate waves, which are smaller and less forceful than at the shoreline. -On reaching shore, the ocean waves become much stronger and larger, as the buffering effect of the vast deeper waters is lost.
I grant that my model of how energies produce oceanic wave formation was oversimplified compared to the model of oceanographers.
My Ether Model does not propose a concept of "ether waves." Its concept is of waves, which appear in quantum observations, waves that are formed as etheroidal units, operating through vibratory forces of the underlying ether, transition to quantum units that operate through quantum dynamics.
There are multiple factors producing the forces that form waves in the ocean.
But that part of the analogy does not bear on my main point, which is how quantum waves basically are generated, and I would still hold that there is an analogy with ocean waves as they approach the shoreline. ..........