After summing up the rudiments of quantum mechanics Feynman tries to answer a question that readers might have at this point of his book, The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Vol. III, page 1-10.1. He writes, "One might still like to ask: "How does it work? What is the machinery behind the law?" No one has found any machinery behind the law. No one can "explain" any more than we have just "explained". No one will give you any deeper representation of the situation. We have no ideas about a more basic mechanism from which these results can be deduced. ... " Assume Feynman was wrong, please give me a deeper representation of the situation. Thank you for your thoughts.