No, you're on the wrong track.
Let me give you a simple illustration. A snail's nervous system is very slow. So suppose a stone is a short distance in front of the snail. The snail sees the stone. Then you quickly put your hand in and take the stone away, in less than half a second.
To the snail, it will appear that the stone had mysteriously disappeared, all by itself. This is because your hand has moved too fast for the snail to perceive it.
You quickly dip your hand in, put the stone back, and withdraw your hand. Once again the snail cannot detect your hand. It will just appear that the stone has mysteriously reappeared.
So it is with the universe. Everything around you, including yourself, is rapidly blinking in and out of existence. Your nervous system is too slow to detect it, that is all.
From quantum physics, we know that the entire universe (or rather, those parts of it which are not empty space) is rapidly blinking in and out of existence. For that is the nature of all matter.
Last edited by Acting Like Godot; 11-19-2011 at 01:31 PM.