"The Transmuting Ether Concept:
Subquantum kinetics is a unified field theory...It conceives subatomic particles to be Turing wave patterns that self-organize within a subquantum medium that functions as an open reaction-diffusion system. This medium, termed the transmuting ether, like the Akashic field, forms the substrate from which all physical form in our universe emerge. This ether, which requires more than three dimensions for its description, differs from 19th century mechanical ethers in that it is continually active, its multifarious components transmuting, reacting among themselves, and diffusing through space, these interweaving processes binding the ether into an organic unity. Subquantum kinetics presents a substantially different paradigm from that of standard physics which views particles as closed systems. Whether these be subatomic particles bound together by force fields, or quarks bound together by gluons, physics has traditionally conceived nature at its most basic level to be composed of immutable structures. Unlike living systems which require a continuous flux of energy and matter with their environment to sustain their forms, conventional physics has viewed particles as self-sufficient entities, that require no interaction with their environment in order to continue their existence. Thus classical field theory leads to a conception of space which Alfred North Whitehead has criticized as being one of mere simple location... Whitehead instead advocated a conception of space manifesting prehensive unification, where separate objects can be "together in space and together in time even if they be not contemporaneous." The ether (or Akasha) of subquantum kinetics fulfills Whitehead's conception...it is precisely because of its nonlinear, reactive, and interactive aspect that the transmuting ether of subquantum kinetics is able to spawn subatomic particles and photons... In the context of subquantum kinetics, the very existence of the physical world we see around us is evidence of the dynamic organic unity that operates in the universal substratum below, imperceptible...and out of reach of direct detection by the most sophisticated instruments"