Quantum physics is study of matter and energy at the most fundamental level of nature and the interactions between them. The field is based on two principles:
1) All matter is composed of quantum particles such as electrons or photons, and these quantum particles are either waves or discrete particles.
2) These quantum particles can be in a superposition in which they exist in all possible states simultaneously.
The first principle means that quantum mechanics applies to everyday objects at a microscopic level, like atoms and molecules. The second principle means that these objects can exist in many different states at once, so an electron can be spinning clockwise and counterclockwise at the same time for example.
Quantum physics tells us that everything in the universe is made up of energy vibrations which can be both waves and particles. This means that when you look at an object, you are looking at what it looks like as a particle, not as a wave.
Quantum physics helps us understand how things are created, what they are made of and how they behave. It also helps us understand the nature of space and time. And it can help in explaining the phenomenon of God and universal consciousness.