My Time with Richard Feynman
Stephen Wolfram

I was a fan of Richard Feynman for over 20 years until he made the following statement: “We have to accept nature as it is — absurd.”

As far as I’m concerned, nature is perfect. If physics makes it appear absurd, then it’s physics that’s absurd not nature. He’s probably referring to the findings of Quantum Mechanics (QM). Einstein is half correct when he said that QM is not incorrect but it’s incomplete. It may be incomplete but it’s definitely incorrect. That’s why it portrays nature as absurd. I mean the electron splitting in 2, going through both slits at the same time, interfere with each other, and produce an interference pattern. I mean really, the electron splitting? Really!

Everything else about Feynman is OK though.