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    A Theory of Everything Starting with Quantum Entanglement

    A rational model to explain quantum entanglement would be a step toward a rational Theory of Everything. My model goes as follows.

    There is a universal ether matrix underlying our world of quantum forces, a matrix formed through first-causal events that ultimately led to quanrization, and then to a creationally designed universe.

    So-called quantum entanglement represents radiated packets of etheric energy which have the same vibratory pattern. Elemental (first causally produced) ether units are the only actual participants in this phenomenon, with the "entangled" quantum units "walled off," kinetically, like the cool arms of a quiet, purring, universal mechanism.

    Physics has rejected the ether because of Michelson and Morley's experiment in 1887, which has been repeated with various modifications by others since then. These experiments assume that light beams being measured must interact with any type of ether. However, in the model I develop, it is proposed that a universal ether would mainly consist of elemental units that are ultimately-minuscule, being first-causal in size-scale, and thus would be vanishingly smaller than the photons which transmit visible light beams. -So the light beams measured in the Michelson-Morley experiments could not have an inertial ,interface with the ether units. Since the light beams and the ether would not interact, the basic assumptions of the experiments conducted were false, and physics was wrong in dismissing the ether.

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