Physics sure does contain some oddities. And as physicists are usually the smart booky types who use unnecessarily long words combined with maths involving – we suspect – completely made up symbols, we’re not in a position to argue with them.
One such oddity is the principle that a particle can be in more than one place at the same time. Which makes literally no sense, but nevertheless is the foundation for Elliott Feldman‘s lavishly detailed creation, which utilizes this phenomenon to multiply the effectiveness of a transported item. Go back to school by clicking the link.