Anyway, this article by Marcia McNutt looks at whether journals relating to scientific matters should be subject to constraint, and debates the uncertainties at work, though to my mind Standard Models are still firmly in mind; Risk
And this one, by Richard T. Hammond (not to be confused, no doubt, with madcap car enthusiasts), includes the line, "Other surprising effects include the bizarre system of negative mass chasing positive pass, naked singularities and the violation of cosmic censorship" which puts the quantum world firmly in league with prostitution and coveting our Dark Side. And rightly so, since our allegiance with Dark Matter is sure to pull a few punches... Negative Mass
Andrew Zimmerman Jones pats the quantum pet in his contribution to the conundrum of Schroedinger's Cat, unlikely legacy of a brilliant physicist who lived with two women and was very anti-establishment. His article tells us reassuringly that, "it's not just that the scientist doesn't know which state it's in, but rather that the physical reality is not determined until the act of measurement takes place. In some unknown way, the very act of observation is what solidifies the situation into one state or another," which proves beyond doubt, if any proof were needed, that we determine our situations all the time even though we are largely unaware of it. Read his great rendition here; Schroedinger's Cat
You've probably had enough of quantum jacuzzis by now, bubbling as they are with hot tar and confusion, so look on the bright side. This day, like every other, is a day of opportunity, and every step you take, every move you make is just another process in the doughnut-making machine of time. Time waves don't live in straight lines, they just come from a general direction, Retarded (from past to present) and Advanced (from future to present). Clearly, all time leads to the Presents, so best get on with unwrapping them, then!