Goldminer wrote:You have no clue as to my understanding. You have not studied the Matter is made of waves site and there is no way I can impart the insights presented there to you as long as you are intransigent.
I have not studied the site in detail; in that you are correct.
Quotes from http://www.glafreniere.com/sa_aether.htm :
"This site does not explain how the aether works mechanically. Any medium capable of transmitting regular longitudinal waves could do the job. In order to keep things simple, one should postulate that the aether is perfectly homogeneous and that it preserves energy without any loss."
"...one should answer this simple question: how does a photon work, from a mechanical point of view? Surely, nobody ever proposed an acceptable explanation. The point is that, as long as this question remains unanswered, nobody is entitled to believe that photons really exist. Up to now, it was just a convenient word hiding one's ignorance. Additionally, there is absolutely no evidence of photons inside radio waves."
Goldminer, perhaps you may have separately devised an explanation for the lack of "amplitude" in light waves. In established descriptions of light "amplitude" is replaced by intensity. It would appear that the lack of a convincing argument of particulate light is matched by the lack of a convincing argument for light "waves".
The wave delivers the acceleration via the aether. No "mass" is involved in the transfer. The energy appears as "mass" after being absorbed by the atom.
It's quite lucky that this aether of yours is not bound by any laws of physics; one might say, magical.
Goldminer wrote:The aether has properties which your intransigent mind cannot comprehend. No sub aether is required.
OK, you carry on and give your aether as many properties as you feel it may need.
One last question: Are you able to describe in detail the construction and propagation of a wave form?