Here is an image of two drawings that, overlapping, pose a philosophical question. What are the boundaries of Where? And what’s This, and is This subject to change without notice? When then, does This become That and then subside back into This?
All of that may seem like a lot of nonsense, but strong evidence suggests that everything real is, on the subatomic level, constantly winking in and out of existence–except that “winking in and out of existence” is an inherent failure of our language to even come close to describing this phenomenon. A particle found somewhere in a zone of probability is un-pin-downable, and instruments of detection themselves interfere with attempts to do so.
Have a good breakfast is my advice. [Innocent smile]