If we are conscious, is what we are aware of really real, and why is there no difinite solution to the existence of life? Socrates was right, the fact that we have to question this, means we know nothing. As much as Einstein didn't want to believe -he was fond of definitive quantum mechanics- Schrodinger was correct, down to the atomic spectra, which laws governs all mass and life, the only thing that we can answer is that quantum probability exists, and is the closets thing to a true existential reality to have been perceived. A proton can be at 3 different places at one time, so only 33% of the time we are correct, but we can't say where it is going to be; we can only predict. Prediction is difficult because protons and electrons act differently when observed. Einstein reasoned by creating a mathematically paradox equation proving quantum mechanics to incomplete, yet be resolved using conjugate quantities; A.K.A. EPR Paradox. Yet, within the mathematics of quantum probability there is wave function collapse which mathematically means what we think is solid mass, is not, it is a save, as in sound, light, just merely vibrations. We are another frequency, that is it. What if we are the holographic universe- radiation from black hole thermodynamics, from a universe that makes more sense, from a universe where mass is quantifiable, and not everything is justified from probability.