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Everything has a chance of being somewhere, but it only in one place at a given time.
Nature abhors a vacuum
I am not, but as I understand it, ''everything is everywhere'' only means that particles could be in any position due to movement, forces, etc.
If that is the way it is, how would one be able to count the number of particles in anything? How would you be able to say that body x contains more particles (i.e. is more dense) than body y if there are no boundaries or edges of particles? Wouldn't that be one spread-out wave-particle no matter what?