Einstein refused to believe in the inherent unpredictability of the world. Is the subatomic world insane, or just subtle?
Lorentz's electron theory of 1892 bridges classical and modern physics
In quantum mechanics, indistinguishable particles are subject to special interactions. Recent work has revealed the existence of a rich new class of possibilities: anyons
It seems the universe today is almost entirely the former. Evidence from both cosmology and particle physics (the study of the universe on the largest scale and the smallest) now suggests an explanation