Given that we are a mere hundred years or so since the thinging of 'the electron', can you guarantee that those things in your above post will still have explanatory currency in a hundred years time ?
Yes. Because, unlike things popping into and out of existence without a logical explanation, in my scenario they always exist and reality is logical and consistent and matches all the observations that science can currently make.
If in doubt, consider the fate of 'phlogisten' or 'the aether' or even 'the four elements'.
All of those proposals were missing huge amounts of information that was obtained by more accurate measuring devices and complex mathematical models (quantum mechanics and relativity). They were explained away by quantum mechanics when our measurements became accurate enough to reveal the electron, quark, higgs boson and the physical constants (Planck's constant, fine structure constant etc. . . .) and the curvature of the space time continuum (relativity). We now know these things are real and must use naive realism to imagine how to arrange the particles and virtual particles of the universe in a way that all the constants and other properties of the universe we now know are correct are fulfilled.
If, you imagine a person arranging all the particles that construct space and matter in our universe like a child arranging blocks or marbles, it can be accomplished. If you imagine them arranging themselves or just popping into existence in the right order by chance it is not possible.
So, why not use a philosophical technique that can be successful?