On the Structure of the Electron

D. Lortz
2003 Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung A-A Journal of Physical Sciences  
Usually the electron is described as a mathematical point with charge, mass, spin angular momentum, and electromagnetic field. Because of the unbounded energies this causes mathematical difficulties [1]. These can be avoided by considering a finite radius. For a "free electron at rest" a classical relativistic model is presented where an axisymmetric torus models the electron. This configuration "differentially rotates" around its axis of symmetry with superluminal speed.
doi:10.1515/zna-2003-9-1002 fatcat:3ifqqrw6vfbldicru6f2gvn5h4