Pardon me for my ignorance. This is a question of curiosity. I look for a concise logical argument as to why the community believes the following hypothetical situation and explanation is wrong. What justification is there for believing in waveform collapse at time of measurement? Is it not possible that, say, entangled particles collapse into anti-correlated spins on their creation and that until we measure them, we model our uncertainty as a probability distribution? Once measured, our uncertainty is gone, and we say the system has collapsed, when really only our uncertainty has vanished? If we are unable to measure the system (without affecting it) before we measure it (affecting it), then how can we say anything at all about this system prior to "disturbing" it, which is beyond our ability to measure?