"Common sense might dictate that for an object to move from one point to another, it must go through all the points on the path. Not so for electrons in the quantum world, which don't follow such common-sense rules for the most part. Electrons can show up on the first floor, then the third floor, without ever having been on the second floor," Zhao said.
..... let's look deeper at what may be causing science to stagnate in a 2D (flat world) view of their 3 separate universes, the micro, meso, and macro, preventing common sense to penetrate the fog of disconnection to permit clear understanding of such applications as "movement/transport from one point to another without going through all points in between'.
Brief view of current and very elementary approaches to the micro, meso, macro views:
On Three Levels: Micro-, Meso-, and Macro-Approaches in Physics
Living in a Quantum World
The simple translation of physics' (2 Dimensional) Standard Model and (2 Dimensional) equation description of E=MC2 into a 3D view is as follows:
The non-linearity of physical law runs through all three levels - micro - macro - meso
Required - The Common Denominator for space time mass matter energy gravity - in frequency. (any change to one of the natural laws causes a corresponding change to the others - these natural laws are totally, completely interrelated - NONE, space time mass matter energy gravity stand independent)
Science today has the resources to test (and retest previous classified attempts) for the 3 D version of E=mc2, identifying C (light) as the Radius of Curvature of all Natural Law.
World View 101: National Ignition Facility, Crystals
Dissolving the Mysteries
The far more fundamental and simpler definitions of space time mass matter energy gravity become mandatory:
- The Quantity C: Possessing a Significance Far Greater than Attributed
- Gravity – As Viewed Through the Radius (VC)
- Space as Observed through the Curve of Radius Light
- Matter and Mass – Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass
- Beyond A Uni-Dimensional Perception of TIME
- The Nonlinearity of Physical Law