Electron is not a point particle

The present featured model in physics for the electron is a point particle, so with no physical dimensions, an electric charge and ½ spin, and an invariant mass of unknown source. In fact, it is a construct of a gamma photon and a gamma neutrino.

The generally accepted model allows for the complex calculations of electron behavior for events with other EM systems and mass and electric charge carrying particles. This model is nevertheless unable to explain dynamic behavior like spin resonance and absorption and release of photons.

As mentioned earlier, the featured electron model is the consensus solution for solving the issues raised by Poincaré en Lorentz. These issues relate to modeling the electron as a tiny ball of an unknown substance.


Poincaré assumed the requirement of counterforces to keep the electric charge within its spatial boundaries. His hidden assumption was a uniformly dispersed electric charge in the unknown substance.

The solution to model the electron as a fundamental point particle was accepted and is in the Standard Model of Fundamental Particle and Interactions.


The model of the electron as in The Dutch Paradigm solves the issues of Poincaré and Lorentz differently.

There is a more than the remarkable difference between the assumption that the electron is a point particle with no internal structure and the suggested construct with an internal structure of amazingly active constituents.

To highlight as per The Dutch Paradigm:

  1. There is an orthogonal three-dimensional system available for spatial information
  2. There is rotational information available, both left-handed and right-handed
  3. There is a gyroscopic effect to stabilize the particle in space
  4. There is a frequency differentiation between the neutrino and the photon constituent of the electron
  5. There is the potential to exercise Lorentz and Coulomb forces
  6. These forces do have spatial information in direction and rotation
  7. There is a residual monopole magnetic capability to interfere with external particles/constructs
  8. The construct electron can absorb and release frequency derived energy

This list is not conclusive. With the model of an electron as an elementary point particle, these characteristics of an electron are hidden and therefore unavailable for understanding electron behavior.

The electron is crucial for understanding many of the observations in the field of particle physics. With no view on the internal structure of the electron, the focus in regular physics is on identifying external sources to explain observed phenomena. Whenever this fails, there is a tendency to suggest on finding solutions outside the realm of observations by assuming quantum physics phenomena.

Within the models of The Dutch Paradigm, the focus is on the behavior of constituents within the electron. It opens a new view for understanding the physical world we encounter as human beings.