The Appearance of Interstellar Space: Vegetative Root-like Mats of Superluminal Subquantum Particles (SSPs)(c) Robert Neil Boyd

In my view, there is no vacuum, but a plenum seething with the activities of subquantum particles which form inter-twining web-like tree-like networks of densifications of particles which carry vast, incredible amounts of information regarding the environment they inhabit. (This was first discovered by Bruce DePalma of MIT.) Space looks like a matting of tree roots of all different sizes, at that level.

The particles responsible for this appearance originate during stellar processes that involve enormous gradient densities of electrical activities which arise at all times during the plasma activities of stellar bodies. These immense electrical field activities are fast enough and strong enough to cause a continuous process of electron dissociation into constituent aether particles, some of which radiate imbedded in sunlight, while others are captured by local events to form new electrons. (This is not a heat-related thing. It is the result of the enormously high dv/dt's which arise in stellar plasma processes.) Stellar bodies are constantly creating and destroying electrons, along with all the other complicated goings-on that such immense plasmas produce. Because of this, stars are constantly emanating aether particles, which tend to congregate in the much calmer reaches of interstellar space to form these web-like structures.

These vegetative mats of subquantum particles are not fixed, however, as there is a constant motion. Subquantum particle combinings and uncombinings happen unceasingly in the reaches of interstellar space. Such events continue unabated in the vicinity of planets, slowing down only when they encounter already existing matter, which tends to cause precipitations of electrons in the interiors of planetary bodies. (This is why the Earth has a constant surplus of electrons, that cannot be accounted for by the solar wind, which is indeed a perfectly charge-balanced plasma.)

So, along with your "criss-crossing soup" of field lines, there is an even more complicated matting of subquantum particle densifications and rarefactions. Some of the individual "threads" can become quite large, and can precipitate into interstellar hydrogen: Creation ab initio, by means of densifications of subquantum particles. This process of the creation of atoms is intensified internal to pre-existing matter, although the details of these processes are not quite clear yet. For example, I don't know why the aether processes would decide to create a gold atom, as opposed to an oxygen atom, at a given location in a planetary body. Perhaps the aether is informed to do so, by some means external to the aether particles, which would be the Creator? This makes sense to me. But we can't instrument that process. We can only see the results of the process.

This entire description fits in perfectly with the LaPlacian model for gravitation, developed in about 1853. The Marquis de LaPlace was right. Everybody else missed it, except Galileo and Tesla. Later, Dr. T.J.J. See found a similar model. I found the same darn model after years of research, only last year. Then I discovered the LaPlacian model in a book by Whittaker. I was amazed! Because it was the same as the model I had developed! "Well, at least I got something right," I thought to myself.