Greetings, I'm not a physicist but I have a general interest in physics and cosmology. I was watching the following video where they were talking about how an electron behaves like a wave and its position is not know until it is measured. Then it was explained how the probability of the electron being in one single spot spikes in one particular spot. I had the following idea. If there is a wave there must be something generating it. If we imagine the electron not as a wave, nor as a stationary particle but rather a ball that is bouncing in one spot then this bounce must generate the wave that is observed. It would also explain why the particle is found in one spot. Another way it can be imagined is a gymnast with a ribbon. If the stick that the ribbon is attached is the particle when it is waved the ribbon itself is the wave. Further I believe it could also explain quantum entanglement. If two particles are bouncing in a way that their waves sync they could somehow get captured in eachother's wave thus becoming entangled. I could be wildly off the mark but I thought it is an idea worth sharing.