What Is An Electron?
The Electron can be described as a Spherical Superluminal SubQuantum Polarizable Electromagnetic Plenum with a hollow core that is external to and begins at the classic radius, r_{0}. The Plenum extends to infinity. At a critical distance outside the Electron where r = 5.19019621 x r_{0}, Vacuum Polarization of the Lorenz Electromagnetic Aether occurs around the Electron. The random Virtual Macroparticles Flux or Aether is described as consisting of charged Electron  Positron Macroparticle Pairs that manifest in and out of Real 3D Space. They have the property of being nonstationary and massless Macroparticles. The Aether align themselves and transfer energy in the form of Angular Momentum originating from the Spherical Field of the Electron. The velocity of the Angular Momentum reduces to the familar Speed of Light, c at the distance r from the center of the Electron and transfers this energy without loss through the polarized chain of the Macroparticle Flux. The mass in Angular Momentum is the mass of the classic Electron. The frequency of the Angular Momentum forms a high frequency 'carrier wave' by which all other lower frequencies are produced and transferred across vast distances of space.
