So glad you posted. Please keep them coming!
As your article so succinctly points out, I could very well be wrong and not know what I’m talking about, so I’m totally willing to admit that.
That’s why I’m sticking to saying that it’s more semantics really, as you pointed out Newtonian Physics is taught today and quite useful because in the ordinary world we really don’t need to know much more to know where a baseball will land, etc.
But apparently according to quantum theory, Newton was wrong. That book I mentioned, the Quantum Enigma, really lays it out quite well and is an interesting read, from two professors writing for dummies like me. Primarily based on that book, my understanding is that quantum theory destroyed everything that scientists thought they knew about the world — especially from Newton.
But I could totally be wrong. I don’t even know how a Bic Pen works….lol