As I watched a documentary lately on an experiment by Aaron O'Connell, that "proved" that quant exist in two points in space at the same time I couldn't help but wonder why that was the result derived from such an observation. I am not a physics specialist but have a background of physics and electronics, but have read an studied a lot about what we consider quantume to be or how they behave in our perception. One thing that we most of the times fail to include or consider in our measurements is the fact that we limit ourselves in the 3 or 4 dimensional space that we feel and understand with our minds. We don't push it to the next level and test the fact that what we observe is only the "projection" of higher dimensions that cross our universe. As we live in a x-y-z space and consider that it travels in the "t" domain as the extra dimension that we only agree as a fact that explains certain things in every day life. If we would consider an extra level of reality, an extra dimension, which I will just call "energy density" just as a convention (you can call it anything you like) If that is where energy crosses in and out of our reality of 4-d space. it is a dimension that is vertical to all our four dimensions. We cant start to imagine and comprehend the shapes and sizes that that dimension can have and how those intersect our domain, and what kind of projections they leave as traces. An easy way to understand is to consider we lived in a 2d space where our 3rd dimension would be time.. now if a 4-d being would bring an odd object through ou 2d plain we would observe only the points that intersect with our reality. We wouldnt be able to understand what the item that makes these odd shapes appear in our realm, but then again we would tryto somehow control that dimension (the 3rd one) to prove that it can exist in multiple ponts at the same time.. when in reality in its own dimension the object is just one. Shouldnt we be looking at alternate ways of trying to understand what we observe what really is in other dimensions thatn saying that one thing occupies two spots in space-time? Or if that's what we are already saying why arent we trying to see the bigger picture by not just guessing at small scale what the one point projection is.. how many and what shape the actual object projects to our space. Any ideas or re-calibration of my thoughts and ideas.. or even critiques are welcome.. but I am trying to sort this mess of dimensions in my mind and not limit to what we observe.. see the forest and not the tree.