I have a question about quantum mechanics. I was reading up on probability fields and it occurred to me that if there is a possibility that a subatomic particle may exist in a very unusual place like say jumping from Utah to Ohio in any give frame of time that has yet to happen and you can divide any give portion of time into an infinite number of frames. Does this mean that there are an infinite number of changes for that particle to be in any location and does this mean that the probabilities are equal? In addition I would like to ask the question if physics equations can make no distinction between past and future does this mean that it is also a mater of guess work where things were? Note: I still don’t understand the equations yet so please put in lays-man terms.