In certain circumstances, when an electron collides with an anti-electron, the interaction produces two gamma photons. The reverse process would be a gamma photon colliding with a gamma photon, such that the interaction produces an electron and anti-electron. A gamma photon is a high energy electromagnetic transverse wave travelling at the speed-of-light. The electron and anti-electron produced have a wave nature also, but it is not as the electromagnetic transverse wave of the photon travelling at the speed-of-light. The electron and anti-electron also have angular momentum. (An anti-electron similar but with asymmetries such as angular momentum to maintain its conservation.) Is an electron be a form of electromagnetic wave that travels in some sort of rotational manner instead of the transverse manner that a photon travels in?