Yesterday I made a Thought experiment about elementary particles (electron). The physicists might have another oppinion. (Say if it can't be like this): "Very small particles (near Planck-length) with a very small mass induces a bigger particle. for example: very small particle A1, A2, ..., An gives a larger particle P. The smaller particles are in a special state. If particle A1 moves in direction S then particle A2 moves also in S (to say it easy). And if A1 moves and A2 and An, then also P moves in same direction." Can that "theorie" be possible? And if yes, does this theory already exists?