Charge is a topological effect of nested magnetic flux. The electron structure and the proton structure are obviously different - but the mechanism how charge is generated is the same.
This is very interesting.
When i had to study the obligatory physics a few decades ago the lesson was something like this:
- the magnetic field is a result of a movement of a charge
- the magnetic field affects the moving charge by creating a force with the cross-product formula
You tell now that the magnetic interaction doesn't need the charge at all but the interactions are between magnetic fields.
Now the question is where does the required magnetic field for a magnetic flux based charge (e.g. electron) come from in this model?
When looking into the future when you have removed charge out of the equations i suppose the next step is to remove mass from those also ?