So we know for a fact that an electron is a particle. The "wave" like properties are not waves at all, its just the wavefunction that is a mathematical wave which is used for getting probabilities for where the electron will end up. But what about a photon? When a charge oscillates, its gives off loops of EM fields that are actually physical waves. So then we don't get solid points like the electron? I just can't imagine that those loops of field can converge in one point. If that is the case, then at that point, the electric and magnetic fields are no longer perpendicular, which is a contradiction.