So, what does this mean? I could suggest that nothing is impossible (but that would be a play on words). Something very curious makes up our existence, makes up the matter in our bodies and the universe around us. When you try to get rid of it, you can't ... it's popping out everywhere. Add to this the most curious phenomenon of quantum entanglement, which has been demonstrated and which totally blows my mind --- A subatomic particle can be 'entangled' with its twin, and regardless of where the pair is located, how far apart they may be, anything you do to one, happens to the other. They act as one, in spite of being separated by vast distances. Einstein referred to this as "spooky." That's an apt description, don't you think?
Matter is a most mysterious entity. You can give it names, you can subdivide it into smaller chunks, you can even call it spacetime if that makes you feel better, but its actual nature will forever remain a mystery .... a most tantalizing mystery.