I know nothing about quantum physics and I have nowhere else to ask. What I'm wondering is why there appears to be a "uniqueness" to all objects in the world. For instance my pepsi bottle does not blend with my other pepsi bottle, and they will always be self contained objects. First I thought that it was just at an atomic level, the objects must be tied together there. But then I thought, how are atoms created on the quantum level? Why don't two objects of the same atomic structure "blend" together when they meet? Why are all objects unique and separate, while the electrons and atoms still remain "glued" to each other to create the object? Thanks to anyone who can clear this up.