The unusual ideas about the nature of the subatomic world, where electrons can't be located at any particular point in a nuclear orbit, undermine the determined-predicable Newtonian classical Laws of the big universe, the macrocosm as predetermined and operating like a big clockwork mechanism.
At the microcosm level, there is no way to locate the position of a subatomic particle, unless we are willing to be very uncertain about the particle's momentum And there is no way to accurately locate the particle's momentum, unless we are willing to be very uncertain about its position. We are certain of the uncertainty of quantum particles, as at any given moment, the electron itself can't know BOTH where it is and where it is going.
As we see, the quantum universe is inconsistent
with the largest universe of galaxies, so the predetermined Newtonian paradigm.
One of Einstein's most famous quotes was "God does not play dice with the world!".
So if Einstein was confident that the most fundamental proprieties of the universe were not based on probability but on certainty, HOW COME
the uncertainty principle of Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr had been defined as the unalterable LIMITS about what could be know about a quantum object?
The quantum weirdness challenges our conception of what is reality and the most significant classical theories of the universe up until the 20th century. That bring to the question, can we provide a theory of everything at all, as Einstein tried to do so, by attempting to combine the uncertainty of the subatomic world with the certainty of the billions of galaxies throughout the universe with a Unified field Theory?
Can we combine all the forces of the universe: gravity, electromagnetism, the strong force and the weak force and find ONE certain-tangible and orderly principle of the universe or like Einstein opponents' on theories on quantum mechanics, Werner Heisenberg and Niels Bohr believed reality is an uncertainty principle.
What could be the nature of reality? The Heisenberg-Bohr uncertainty principle, or the Einstein speculative perfect Law of a universe of certainty?