The quantum world behaves in alarming ways, sometimes defying the laws of Physics to produce weird effects like non-locality (connected events that happen simultaneously regardless of distance) and wave-particle duality (everything at the quantum level being simultaneously a wave and a particle). Uncertainty is a factor we have to handle all the time. We live with these effects. Whether or not the scientists want to admit as much, we subscribe to quantum laws because we are made of the stuff that works with them. The more we know, the better equipped we are to make the most of our experiences.
Since Quantumology was published in 2014, other applications of the word have materialised - there's even a Church (nothing to do with me!). There's a band, and a company of undefined purpose. And here is a scientist's definition of Quantumology, describing (in science-speak) the laws above in his own post (published two years after this website came into being). Scientists aren't going to mention me in dispatches if they can possibly help it. But yup, on the trail of Quantumology you've arrived at the point of origin.
Should you feel like crying Woo I'll remind the dogspanglers that nobody knows what goes on inside a black hole, because the known laws of physics break down beyond the event horizon and we've no idea what happens at the singularity. By the same token, we could all be said to be our own Singularity. You don't have to understand the mathematical equations to know that we are alive, conscious, and made of quarks.
Physics and metaphysics...? The science is already here. Quantumology is the bridge over the bits you might want to know about, even if you're not into physics. You can buy the book direct from me (£9.99 plus P&P via PayPal). Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or click on the picture and follow the link to Amazon.