Recently been thinking about the double slit experiment, and Schrodinger's cat thought experiment. And realized that quantum mechanics only applies to the atomic, and subatomic level of the universe as far as we know. And whats more that I realized that gravity does not play any significant role in the subatomic level. What I questioned out of curiosity, was could it not just be the fact that since subatomic particle's do not have much mass/energy that they do not affect spacetime its self, being the reason that they can behave as a wave, and spontaneously be in different places until actually measured at a certain time? I'm no physicist yet btw, so if I missed something big that could make that question seem childish, I apologize only in high school. Thanks for reading,and contributing ideas and knowledge to this thread.