This article, "Electron filmed in motion for the first time", in the MSNBC, technology and science section, left me a little suspicious -- http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23336318/ I say "suspicious" because I've grown accustomed to overblown headlines like "Teleportation proved possible!" followed by predictions that I'll soon be "beaming" my way to work like Scotty, flying to work in a "Skycar", or live forever due to medical advances in nano-technology. What sells news isn't always very close to the truth. First things first here, could someone please try to explain what it is I'm seeing in this film of "an electron in motion"? What part of what I'm looking at is the electron? The concentric rings floating up and down? The bright spots that seem to appear and disappear? Or is that an impossible question to answer without a LOT more info than this article provides?