My private research indicates that, in order to elicit physical evidence of an ether, you would need a new kind of approach, eschewing traditional kinds of laboratory investigations, and instead attempt to elicit etheric forces from natural earth sources.
With this "natural earth sources" you are not only idiotically lecturing Son Goku about physics, You are also starting to intrude into my turf. As a former librarian, I know what is happening here. Just because med school is filled with insufferable egotists, that does not grant anyone the superpower of knowing everything about everything. Before you lecture us about any ethereal ether, it would be best to master this:
Until then, I suggest you rethink any speculations you may have concerning matters which are freely available to all which you apparently can't be bothered to research. Also, I must ask as some have already and most of us will eventually, where's the math?
So, where do we go from here? One can freely speculate, but in order to communicate anything worthwhile, one must have the requisite chops needed. Until then, mere accountants, plumbers, carpenters (!) and medical doctors are not qualified to lecture either doctors of physics, or, for that matter, even a decent research librarian, unless they do the additional hard work required.
Creating a new theory of physical science that may be considered valid wholecloth out of nothing previously observed is not for amateurs, learn first, talk later.
The problem with knowing everything is learning nothing.
If you don't know what you're doing, find someone who does, and do what they do.
The classic cartoon shows a scientist reviewing another scientist's work on the chalk board. On the left are the premises and on the left are the results, but in the middle it just says in large letters: "Something happens."
The reviewer suggests: "I think that part needs to be developed more." (or "That part needs more work." ... it's been more than 3 decades since I last saw it)