If i've understood correct, every particle in the universe exists in a waveform, which i've understood to mean propability where the particle does exist? Then which i've understood is, that the wave transforms into a particle only when observed, is this correct? Then if it is correct, how could the universe ever even have began, or evolve into a state where it can produce conscious beings (the observers), if there was (as there assumably wasn't) no observer in the beginning of the universe? Because, wouldn't that mean that the universe only existed as a propability (instead of physical) to the point where the first observer emerged? how could such only potential state of the universe ever evolve into anything, or would that suggest that it evolved into every possible form until the first observer emerged? Pardon me if this has been already asked and answered, or if i've just understood something fundamentally wrong.