We need to admit that at a very fundamental level, the science of Physics is broken.
The relationship between Quantum Physics and Newtonian/Relativistic Physics is more like a divorce on the grounds of "irreconcilable
In the Quantum world, everything is stochastic in nature. Everything arises from the forces of randomness and probability. Effects can be un-caused, a
fact which we can measure and verify, but not explain, because there is NO explanation.
In the Newtonian/Relativistic world, everything is deterministic. Cause leads to effect, action to reaction and even the tiniest loops in causality
These two states are mutually exclusive (if one is right, then the other must be wrong) and the doublethink of holding both as true has gone on so
long that I think most Physicists have long forgotten the messiness of the divorce.
We know that they both still love each other at the core, but it's just that they can't stand to be around each other!
When scientists are faced with something about which they have not established a full understanding, they often start by defining the boundary
conditions. Like when you do one of those giant jigsaws, corners and straight edges are a good place to start. But after two generations of knowing
about the conundrum, doing the maths, doing the experiments, observing & building theories, we don't even know the boundary conditions.
Where does the quantum world stop and the N/R world start?
From what does the distinction/division arise?
Until we have the answer, the science of Physics is broken.
I'd be happy to share your thoughts on this.