Half Electrons

Half-Electrons are an electron with -1/2 charge. While almost always found in pairs, they have quite odd properties when used.

Half-Electrons were discovered by Kerlen Te Neverbet. He realized that when two half-electrons formed together, it was just two half-electrons, not a full one. Therefore, the only attraction between them is some form of a positive charge. Each half-electron pair is polar and is slightly positive around it. When Neverbet discovered Cameronium Ion -20 #2, he was using 40 Half-Electrons.

It has been experimented with and half-electrons cannot be separated by any known method.

Von Pruben's Theory of Everything dictates that a half-electron forms when its mother and father are both deciding to get divorced. The result is a broken middle, a half-electron.

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