Uh, that last paragraph of mine barely makes sense...

what i wanted to say is that I'm falling for quantum theory. But this attitude that physicists have that (quantum) nature is impossible to visualise is bothering me somewhat, especially since i thought that if i can't visualise it, or even draw something, anything that is supposed to represent it, then i don't understand it. They also say that nature is thus not intuitive - but intuitions come from knowing and understanding something really well. For example, the extra large infinities of set theory are unintuitive, surprising, and confusing in the beginning, but after a certain amount of working on them, one gets intuitions about them, as in sombunall fields of science. Of course theoretical maths are easier - we make up what's true, we make up the rules, and we play. Physics has to explain the experimental results - and that's the fun in it. But if we assume that these experiments measure things in the real world, then we and our brains are also parts of this real world. I can't see any reason why not, after a certain amount of work, we cannot "visualise" the quantum realm and have intuitions about it.

Any attempts in describing the quantum reality will be much appreciated!!

(What about these three dimensional standing waves thing? Can't seem to find enough information on that... or maybe i should just go back to reading marburger...)