Could electrons be non-fundamental particles. What if electrons are made of other matter particles. Could these particles interact with each other and exist but had not been given much thought about its existance because the electron alone explains much phenomena except wave-particle Duality. Call me crazy or irrational but such paradox's exist everytime a bold step is brought to the desk and then frowned upon and dismissed as not already previously involving some form of mathematics or partially understood background to prove it. Bohr also had a physical hunch about spectra and electrons. What if there are more quantum numbers for electrons and even new particles within it? I am no rocket scientist but I do know more or less that there's something electrons are not revealing. I do understand heisenburg's measurement limits and if we at this point not involve ever-powerful instrumentation to measure or slow down electrons and just use purely mathematical equations and an imaginary picture of some particle(s) within the electron and at the same time take all what we observe from the uncertainty principle and interference effects and particle distribution could we then once again fill a gap and discover yet another scientific breakthrough? I'm sort of relating to the ultraviolet catastrope where one end was known but the rest had to be explained by making an assumption. What if we make an assumption about having an electron's internal structure and working ourselves backwards from intereference effects, point-charge distribution and fill the gap ? I had an idea a couple weeks like that and it keeps coming back to me......just consider this as a plausibility.. What if?