Did I make perfect sense? Even Einstein
(100 years since he wrote the papers introducing
Relativity and Quantum Mechanics, 50 years since
he died) left a few loose ends. General Relativity
and Quantum Mechanics are 1) the most successful
theories to date on explaining how the Universe
behaves, and 2) are known to be incompatible.
They can't both be right.
Perhaps this is what Douglas Adams meant when
he said that the whole question of Life, The Universe,
and, and, everything, is 'What is 6 x 9?', and the
answer to the above question is '42'. (BTW, he
said that he was not thinking in base 13).