Even in “madness”, sanity lurks

Einstein complained that the advent of quantum theory posed an existential conundrum for science. How could a reasonable person reconcile a theory that invokes probability / stochastics to describe the complex and seemingly ordered nature of physical phenomena? However, even Einstein began to grudgingly acknowledge in the existence of “spooky” science. Spooky science is at a fundamental level a transition from a very logical paradigm that we can describe perfectly to one that beggars the imagination with its physical convolutions. We began to talk about “uncertainty” and the importance of the observer, i.e., their pivotal role in “influencing” a measurement. One mathematic platform that represents the