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The topic of phonons is interesting from an Aether perspective. Phonons are considered to be similar to photons in that phonons are to sound (and heat) as photons are to radio waves.
Phonons and photons are both seen as "massless" particles that carry momentum. When talking about massless particles carrying momentum, scientists are describing the qualities of absolute space, or Aether.
Magnetic fields are another example of structured Aether. Magnetic fields have no substance in the sense of physical matter, and yet they readily act on physical matter and other magnetic fields. The scientists at Ohio State University are learning that magnetic fields (which are structures of Aether) can affect individual units of Aether (phonons).
It is amusing to watch the deniers of Aether continually discover the properties of Aether and its practical uses in physics.