These two Australian physicists, Andrew Truscott and Roman Khakimov, discovered that reality as we know it is, in general, not real.
Based on their findings, they discovered that reality, on a quantum level, is a general anomaly in all senses of the word.
Their experiment began as a way to test their new scientific equipment by sealing a helium atom and then releasing it using a pair of laser beams.
That may appear to be a good thing, but they then added another set of lasers to recombine the beams.
From a quantum standpoint, it appeared as if the atom had taken several paths before interjecting back.
And, guess what, after the second pair of lasers was removed, the atom remained on its course, despite the fact that it should have switched back to the direction of the previous lasers that directed at it.
This means that the atom’s past was fully modified by its future, completely transforming it.
So, in a nutshell, this established that after witnessing the shift with our own eyes, our reality was altered entirely, and knowing this change occurred caused reality to adjust itself based on our new set of beliefs.
From a subatomic level to ordinary life, it appears that reality persists only as long as we witness it, becoming null the instant we cease interjecting with it.