The Congregation Of The Single Electron

Physics 213 Fall 2017

Michael Brush

In the spring of the year 1940 a professor by the name of John Wheeler hypothesized a theory that would come to change everything  about our world and how we live and interact with each other. He had the brilliant idea that every electron that we ever witness is in fact, the same electron. Our perception of them in the mainstream sense in in fact a limitation of our perception of our universe and time. When the atomic structure, electron uniformity, and our inability to distinguish the exact location of an atom are considered, it becomes amazing any other option can really even exist! Credit must also be given to his at the time student and later professor Richard Feynman who helped him refine his theory and expand on it's implications, please read on to learn more...