Laughlin emphasizes how many times we can see emerging a new theory in science, that theory immediately produces paradoxes and anomalies. He also notes, Kuhn taught us these anomalies and some of these evidences are ignored and discarded by the mainstream of research are placed on a shelf and are laws against it. But the scientist creator, in one way or another, someone who pays attention to anomalies. To read more click here: Charles Schwab. "The value of the theory is to focus the mind on anomalies" and if our knowledge is accurate, then this evidence should not appear the way they are flourishing. From this stems the importance of Quantum, the Quantum physics, because the physics of the very, very small, an anomaly occurs immediately; tremendous outliers from the point of view of materialism. Materialism holds only if one sees only the objects that are more or less the same size as us as chairs, windows, flowers, and spacecraft. Then, either from the point of view of the very, very large or of clusters of galaxies, or very small, since the photon and the Quantum and Quantum events, "the point of view of materialism collapses "because the world is not driving as it should according to materialism. This has a huge implication for transforming the knowledge that no understanding of the very small and very large leads to a fragmented view. The old theory materialist, materialistic physics, could not handle this problem and it is logical that people are surprised, but physically could not keep that old problem, which is a problem of inertia.