Electron – Positron annihilation

If an elementary electric charge with one spin orientation is viewed as an electron, and one with the opposite spin orientation as a positron, the the observed effect of annihilation or disappearance when an electron contacts a positron, with release of electromagnetic radiation can be explained. If a charge with a “positive” spin orientation approaches another with a “negative” spin orientation to within a distance equal to the distance separating the charges at the vertices of the lattice, one would expect that in search of stability, the two charges in search of stability, would become incorporated into the lattice. The charges would effectively “disappear”, and it is to be expected that their incorporation into the lattice would cause a slight displacement or “vibration” in the lattice, which would be detected as electromagnetic radiation.