Well namirha, I could buy into the explanation you posted, but I have a problem with the terminology.
Mr. Dollard & Mr. Wheeler state that electrons or photons are the high density, high compression points in a field. Eric goes on to say that electrons are actually the destruction of energy--or we could say, energy that has been pushed into a region of counterspace where we no longer have access to it.
Two other terms we need to get our heads wrapped around: Charge & Conductor.
We can be quite certain "charge" is an abstract term that has no meaning in the real world. Particles do not collect on the plates of capacitors which is the common definition of "charge". We cannot think electrostatics. We must think fields.
Then we have conductors, which Mr. Dollard states are dielectric reflectors, or we could say they are dielectric guides since all dielectric fields must terminate on such a conductor. Dielectric fields terminate on conductors, all conductors, not just the two wires we have running around in our circuits. So dielectric fields exist between our conductors and they also exist between our conductors and other conducting materials in our environment, like water pipes, door knobs, fence posts, etc. It's these other dielectric fields we have been ignoring we need to pay attention to.
When we connect a conductor to a capacitor, we in-effect extend the conductor. We provide more surface area for dielectric fields to form between that conductor and the environment.
This isn't simple stuff namirha. What is simple is to get caught up using simple common terms that are completely backwards of how things really work. Once you do that, you're toast--all you will ever get is what we already have and that's not good enough. When you post videos and other material, please, study them carefully. Read between the lines. Use terminology we can work with. Think like nature. Use her methods. Then explain how all the pieces must fit together. Add value to the material you post by analyzing it. Many of your hit-n-run posts have useful insights, please elaborate on this content. You are more than welcome to help us figure this all out if you have that desire.