Re: Today Quantum mechanics is "non-mechanical" theory.
Oh, non-mechanical. Large and small, hm. Sounds familiar, atomic voids and all the holes making up matter, so its actually fields of persuasion, ok.
While so many of us agree more than we actually disagree about such topics, the reletive and absolute value is in each ones theoretical and or real world, practicality, as u mention, and that any real or theoretical practicality is by degrees, muted, degraded or revealed as worthless, by any needed special addendas, caveats, to limitations found in its use. (really dont need to go any further here, especially for those whose drive is to know the building units of reality, course some, not sure about I.S., say "know the builder"(evan if thats light) and while that is nicely compatable with Q theory, it fuels delima as well as relieving it thus lacking in the ultimate analysis)
So the most real description will be the one which yields the fewest quandric outcomes.
The predicament for us is that as much as Q theory is appreciated it needs excuses to make it viable in the more refined.
Actually quite humerous and enlightening to find how highly regarded intellects would stoop so low as to make inappropriate excuses like the ones u reference.
"The math is obvious but---" uh uh uh
Makes us realize how simple we all really are under all our grand subtrefuge.
The iceberg analogy is great, and yeah the vacuum, the new frontier for the conventional searchers, tho cant see why any new discovery should satisfy Q theory's already evident errors, and if so will actually add new confusion that will need to be clairified.
By experts of course.