Trying to 'visualize' phenomena at sub atomic sizes is imposssible because our idea of visualization relies on space time and light. Its similar to trying to put real meaning to imaginery numbers. Does 'i' exist or not. What does a photon 'look like' - has no meaning because we cannot bounce a photon off a photon and 'look' at it. Similarly, when we talk about sub atomic particles we think of a tiny silver ball or such. It is of course nonsense because a particle has a size, a color and a position in our mind. How can a ball have no position or size? Position and size are space-time dimensions which cease to have the same meaning at sub atomic sizes. Even a 'cloud' has a size and a location which in reality cannot be true because there is not the space-time to support that visualization. My point is that this lack of ability to 'visualize' at the suba atomic level is not simply a trivial disadvantage to us (non mathematicians), rather its a huge disadvantage in a fundamental way. Thats why we do not 'understand' quantum phenomena in a visual simple way, yet the maths copes with it just fine. I mean can you visualize an Eigen value? Answer is no, yet the Universe has no problem with them. What really fascinates me is what exists where there is no space-time at all. Like outside the Universe? Or am I falling into the same trap I mentioned above. Can there be a lot of 'activity' without dimension or time? If so what is it? What do you think?