“Please will you describe the electron… explaining what it is, and why it moves the way it does when it interacts with a positron. If you’d also like to explain why it moves the way that it does in an electric field, a magnetic field, and a gravitational field, that would be nice. An explanation of charge would be nice too, and an explanation of why the electron has mass.”
and: 3-Dimensional String based alternative particle model.
According to Q-FFF Theory, the electron and positron both have a rigid
open propeller form with different ( opposite) pitch ( left- or right handed) , made in pairs at black hole horizons out of closed composed vacuum ring strings 'called Axion/Higgs or Erebons' after head-on collision at the black hole horizon. see image.
All more complex Fermions are compound particles,based on one or more Electrons or positrons combined with one or more Gluon-Photons.
) see image. As a consequence of the propeller form of Fermions are not able to transfer a Black Hole horizon ! only photon- Gluons and Axion Higgs - Erebons. see also. http://vixra.org/pdf/1103.0002v4.pdf