### Introduction

'Looking for an answer' present corpuscular hypotheses about the electron and the carriers of the gravitational and electromagnetic fields

### Basic assumptions

- The Planck lengths
*d* is not an abstract quantity, but it represents the diameter of an ideal completely rigid sphere with the surface area 4p (1/2d)^{2}
- The Planck constant
*h* when *n* = 1 has the dimension of energy *=mc*^{2}, where *m=h/c*^{2} is a mass connected with a photon

### Comment

Nowadays conviction is gaining ground that the search for the 'great unification' must relate to the scale of the Planck units

### Considerations

The rest mass of the electron is expressed in arbitary units such as grams and its radius is expressed in centimeters. Expressed in the Planck units of length

*d* the classical radius of the electron is 2.47x10

^{20}, in abstract numbers. The electron mass expressed in Planck-derived units

*m*=1.2346x10

^{20} in abstract numbers, hence it is equal to 1/2 of the 2.47x10

^{20} electron radius in Planck units of length

*d*. A suspicion arises that the photon consists of two 1/2

* m * masses and that the electron consist of spherical particles with rest masses 1/2

*h*/c

^{2}, diameters d, in the number 2.47x10

^{20}.

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