|Everything started with a bad sport trainer in school! My schoolmate and I wanted to attend some afternoon courses together. The choices were volleyball, basketball and something named “physics Olympics”. Clearly, volleyball was our first choice, but it turned out that it would be directed by our sport trainer...the only alternative was the “physics Olympics”. We were a small number of people from different levels and had a lot of fun to find out what some old dusty things we found in the physics chamber did serve a purpose. We had a lot of heavily scientific disputes about which theory is the best one describing the experiments. Of course everyone wanted to have the “correct” one and the only way to win was to prove the other ones wrong. In the following year we made an excursion to CERN (Geneva, Switzerland) visiting the huge particle accelerator. This was the time point I started to be interested in quantum theory and particle physics which didn’t yet stop nor decrease. And here I am investigating the most fundamental questions in quantum theory and relating them to some of the most fundamental questions in particle physics!