So I am just a simple high school student whom, while reading Elegant Universe, came up with an idea that would answer why the quantum world is so unusual. I am not well educated in quantum mechanics or the such, so plz don't be too brutal while shooting down my thoughts, lol. So, while I was reading about extra dimensions curled up microscopically, i came across an idea, and threw the book down to elaborate on this idea. What if these extra dimensions , while too small to effect our macroscopic world, alter the quantum world just slightly in some cases to cause quantum uncertainty. Something only noticeable in this tiny dimension could be affecting the other dimensions or the extra dimension it's self could alter the 3 dimensional particles. These are just my uneducated amateur thoughts, so plz, if they are drastically misdirected, direct them in the correct order.