pittsburghjoe wrote:The math says the physical object remains 3D when in superposition. So the only avenue left is spacetime. In math, it is waves, in reality, it has lost a dimension. Something that that has lost a dimension is crazy.
So it's superposition that you really take issue with, not uncertainty? Because they are very different things.
I don't really know what you mean by the phrase 'in reality it has lost a dimension' though. Matter is always wave-like, it never loses anything except in a statistical sense (which is the reason the macroscopic world doesn't seem probabilistic)
In order to propose a new theory, it ought to include some testable predictions. What does your theory predict different to current theories?
For example, QFT began in 1948 as an attempt to explain the anomalous magnetic dipole moment of the electron in a mathematically consistent way. It succeeded to 10 significant digits.
For half a century it predicted the existence of the Higgs Boson, with that finally being discovered at the LHC in 2012.
It's all very well saying 'Why fight it? Let's get science to the next era', but it's doing pretty damn well in the current era. In fact the biggest disappointment of the LHC has been just how damn well the Standard Model held up...