posted on Apr, 29 2011 @ 09:28 PM
I keep bumping into the idea that an electron is considered both, a particle and a wave. Is it possible that in the subatomic world electrons are
comparable to a liquid in the regular world? I've stirred a cup of hot coffee and a drip would fall off the stirrer, back into the coffee. Only, the
drip doesn't break the surface tension right away and spins about as a nice little sphere. Then the surface tension breaks and accepts the drop. Does
this sound anything like an electron to you?