Hey, I would like to showcase my experiment I'm doing. I'm 16, in highschool, and the only science I know is chemistry. But that was a default class. I'm learning about Quantum Physics on my free time. and would very much like to become a scientist in that field. To start off this is kind of a mix of Pseudoscience, and Quantum Physics. But mainly the Quantum side. Here's the explanation of the experiment. I would basically like to move my hand through a wall, without disrupting any of its physical properties. This can be done (in theory) with immense vibration. For example, you put rice in a cup. With a marble on top of the rice. The rice represent the molecules. And if you add vibration to the equation, the marble starts to sink. My setup: I have putty, and a marble. 3, 1.5 volt dc motors. Each with an alligator clip on. I put the 3 motors around a thick circle. I personally use a roll of duct tape. I lay the putty flat, as smooth and even as I can get it on the roll above the hollow space. I put the marble on the putty, and record the sinking time. I do 3 trials without the vibration, record them. 3 with vibration, and do the same. So far I did 1 trial with vibration, and it is a shorter time, then the 3 trials without vibration. I basically would like to talk to people about this experiment, and would also like some help.