I am a beginner in electronics, mostly self-taught. If electrons are negatively charged and are the reason for electric current why is there a 'positive' side on a battery and negative one? Don't electrons just flow out of one of those two sides? To my knowledge only one side pushes electrons and the other does nothing, how exactly does this work?
What is a 'ground' anyways? I have read that the negative side is the ground and yet it is the side that pushes electrons in a battery, is that correct?