First of all, i am no physicist. I'm not so bad with math though. So, we know that there is a universe. we know that it is made of matter. we know that matter is made of atoms and that atoms are made of protons, neutrons, etc. and that even those things are broken down smaller. I simply must believe that size is infinitely relative. meaning, there is no biggest thing and no smallest thing. but that is not the my theory. that being said, matter, being made of atoms has spaces between its parts. and i would assume that the smaller particles also have spaces between the parts. If we could discover all of these parts and prove that they all had spaces between them, we would prove that we do not exist. so, lets take a pool ball for instance. lets say an atom is 50 percent protons, neutrons, and electrons and 50 percent the space between. half of the pool ball arleady doesnt exist. now lets just assume for theoretical purposes that each proton, electon, and neutron are also made of 50 percent parts and 50 percent space between parts. we then have 25% of a pool ball. the pool balls percentage of existence could be represented by P=.5^n were 0 is the level we see, 1 is the level of atoms and so on. if we take the limit of P as it aproaches infinity we get 0. So at the smallest level possible the pool ball doesn't actually exist.