The double slit experiment proves that electrons are in fact waves but if you try to measure it--- hit it by a photon--the wave function collapses and it behaves as a particle.
The human brain cannot think in any other perspective but space and time.Any thought occuring in the brain is either this goes here or that goes there.Our neuronal signals are hardwired to be processed first by the optic lobe of the brain ( responsible for vision).This is the way the Good God made us and there is nothing we can do about it.
So whenever we even think of an electron--we are in effect hitting it with a photon collapsing it's wave function and making it behave like a particle.
So to all intents and purposes the electron has to be a particle--because even when we are uttering the word electron-- we are thinking about it with signals processed in the optic lobe thus collapsing the wave function.
I would like you readers to comment on this and say whether my viewpoint is right.At the most that can be calculated is finding the probability of THIS PARTICLE in a region os space that is the electron cloud.Is this correct?