There are quantum principles which account for this, and thus more evidence that we live in accordance with those principles.
Although there's not a lot said in orthodox corridors along such lines, this could have a lot to do with the multiverse. After all, if there are multiplicate universes to choose from at any given moment who's to say we're not travelling between them all the time without knowing that we are? Which version of you had fruit loops for breakfast and which one went for toast? If, as seems to be the undeniable case (c'mon, please - someone argue with me...?), we exist in particle format for infinitesimally small slices of Present Time, what about the rest of us? Unless it's Now, we're just waves. And it's the wave form, in all particle experiments, that holds the meat of uncertainty. By the time a wave's turned into a particle, it's already one thing or the other.
These two principles are needs-must for any serious enquirer, for without a handle on the nature of Now, we stand little hope of living in it, of 'being Present' as it's put, of dropping past-future anxiety and getting the hang of what it means to 'Go with the Flow' - of life, time, circumstance, you name it, all of it winging merrily along not waiting for anyone to keep up or put the book down.
The picture links to a Science News article dedicated to entanglement; look out for gems on how this universal phenomenon relates to you (me, everything...:) ) via the nature of information...!
We could be very, very small indeed......