The behavior of dense particle systems is surprisingly poorly studied in contemporary physics from Victorian era - the main reason is, it doesn't fits well the formal approach of contemporary physics, because the heavily parallelized system of many particles is not so easy to describe by consecutive logic of formal math. Even the simplest system of few gravitational bodies is difficult to compute and predict by existing math formalism - which is the reason, our knowledge is quite rudimentary in this point.

But the behavior of dense systems of many particles can by modeled by computers by now and the complexity of such model is limited just by computational power. Therefore we can model the behavior of dense sphere, formed by mutually attracting and repulsing particles in 2/3D easily (a particle model of dense star, or something similar).

As we can see, as the hydrostatic pressure increases, the particles will agglomerate into clusters, which will agglomerate further into more dense clusters, formed by previous generation of clusters. During this, the character of previous cluster generations disappears gradually and under certain mass-energy density the existing forces will not be able to keep some persistent structures at all - the particles inside of sphere will form a less or more chaotic system, similar to dynamic foam.

The same foam of density fluctuations can be observed inside of every dense particle system, like the condensing supercritical fluid, so that such system is quite relevant from physical point of view. We can see, at the certain level of mass/energy density the positive curvature of density fluctuations is switched into negative curvature sponge of foam. This foam is formed by original "blobby" density fluctuations, which were compacted into form of thin 2D membranes and 1D strings. If we continue further with increasing of pressure, the so called the phase transition will occur and the strings will condense into 0D particles - a droplets of new phase, which can form a new system of particles, which will behave by very similar way, like the previous one.

It means, in Aether Wave Theory no fundamental particles really exists - every particle here is in fact the heavily collapsed density fluctuation of the previous particle generation. Such scale invariant particles can be called "unparticles" in analogy to some recent models - but in AWT no true particle from general point of view exist - everything is "unparticle" here, in fact.

Surprisingly enough, the emergent unparticle stuff was proposed originally ad-hoc, i.e by the same way, like the concepts of emergence, string and branes and hidden dimensions and many other usefull concepts - i.e. with no relation to the simple Aether model above described. Can it serve as an evidence of the human intuition or stupidity?

Lets decide for yourself - such dual stance is nothing unusual in AWT, after all. We can call it a "New Physics", but in fact it remains a physics of Victorian era.