Quantum Superposition and Reality: Realities Are Separate But Linked. Quantum physics teaches us that the realiyy we experience is but one wave out of a enormous number of wave possibilities. The wave possibilities is the quantum superposition which contains all the possibilities.
Quantum Physics for dummies. Dr. Quantum explains the famous double slit experiment. For anyone not familiar with the weird effects of quantum physics, watching this might be a good place to start. Once you watch it, and really begin to realize what's going on, it will make you question reality. If everything small works like the photons in the double slit experiment (which all subatomic particles do obey these quantum laws), and if everything is made of small things, what does this tell us?
"Decoherence represents an extremely fast process for macroscopic objects, since these are interacting with many microscopic objects, with an enormous number of degrees of freedom, in their natural environment. The process explains why we tend not to observe quantum behaviour in everyday macroscopic objects. It also explains why we do see classical fields emerge from the properties of the interaction between matter and radiation for large amounts of matter."
Quantum Superposition Explained with Practical Applications