> An egg popping up without a bird. Of course there
> are other animals that lay eggs.
> There might also be the possibility that nothing
> exists until we look at it! The quantum thing. It
> changes from a wave to a particle, something like
> And time not being real either. Then the problem
> is solved. Maybe. It is only us that have these
Lol, you've touched on some of the really profound conundrums in physics there GG. Being the know it all I am, I want to go off on a long-winded boring explanation for you just because I find some of these questions so interesting and puzzling.
But I won't because there is so much I don't understand as well.
I'll just try to clarify two points.
You are quite right that very strangely quantum entities do exist as both waves and particles in experiment after experiment. Consider electrons that exist only as probability densities that can be everywhere at once until we observe them at which point the wave function breaks down and they become actual particles. (with the caveat, of course that if we observe it's position we cannot know momentum and vice versa) The famous double slit experiment:
As well, the concept of time may be an artifact of the expansion of the Universe. In mathematics, there is no reason time cannot go both ways. In reality it only moves in one direction. Why - the entropy of the Universe moves in only one direction? For now? LOl.
Brian Greene can explain the situation much better than I:
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 15-Aug-21 16:17 by Sirius7237.