After watching Brian Green's show on NOVA last night. I was left with a big question that one of you may be able to answer. Brian ended the show by saying that one of the biggest problems that physicists were trying to answer these day is why quantum physics works at a very small scale, but the rules don't seem to apply at a normal or macro scale. This leads me to believe that there is a problem with how they are measuring quantum mechanics. That is, when they are measuring at a very small scale they are increasing the probablistic nature of quantum mechanics. The are in fact reducing time and space to such a small aperture, that they are losing accuracy, and therefore increasing the probablistic nature of the measurement. It seems like there needs to be more dimensionality to their measurement to decrease the probablistic nature of what they are seeing. This dimensionality can be either space or time. IE, measurement over time, or measurement over space (movement?). Does anyone have any input on this?