This essay by Thomas Sheahen, PhD in physics from MIT, is above my IQ, but worth the read.
The part I liked was his explanation of the implications of Quantum Mechanics as the successor to the Newtonian Classical Mechanics and that Richard Feynman said it was impossible to understand quantum mechanics. Thank goodness, I thought it was just me.
Sheahen stunned me with his little lecture about faith and trust in certain areas of legitimate science–since I am a proud skeptic looking for reliable evidence, testability and reproducibility.
The author explains that I might have to change my approach and devotion to evidence. I am still holding out.