I have read in several articles about quantum physics and consciousness the idea that reality is "flashing in and out of existence". I have copied a quote below from Brandon West about this. Does anyone have more information about any research or theoretical basis of this? Quote: "And because reality is flashing in and out of existence (hypothetically at Planck time – 1044 times per second – as explained to me by The Resonance Project biophysicist William Brown), every time our reality oscillates between form and the pure energy state of the field our awareness, which is constant and doesn’t flash in and out of existence, informs the field what to reappear as when it makes its transition back to form at the quantum level (for more on this topic read [Link deleted by Moderator]." Here is another quote: "This is not a metaphor. One of the implications of quantum theory is that these particles do in fact pop in and out of existence in the void."