The quantum world seems very different from the one we experience at our scale. Indeed, it would seem that subatomic particles do not interact the way we do. Yet we are physically made of these particles. So how do we explain such a paradox ? Perhaps we should simply change perspective in our interpretation of quantum theory ?
I suggest you explore this path through three articles which highlight not the intrinsic properties of particles, but the interdependence that unites them.
Thus, the article Quantum physics and reality will give you a new perspective on the Schrödinger’s cat experience. The article Duality or Complementarity ? will take you into the world of waves/particles. And the article Indeterminism and entanglement will dive you into the heart of quantum communication at work at all scales of the universe !