Good luck with that. Scientists can't even explain the weirdness of the quantum world to other scientists.
Personally, I don't think our brains are wired to understand it.
We're very linear in our thinking, and quantum physics throws linear right out the window, both in time and space.
Subatomic particles don't abide by the same rules as we do. They do things that are impossible in our macro reality.
I think they'll be debating what's what in quantum physics for a long time to come.
I imagine it this way. I think of space/time as a fabric, and that subatomic particles are so small they can exist between the fibers of that fabric, and when in that place, they don't have to follow the rules of space/time.
Goofy, I know, but it makes me feel better about the whole thing.
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