When I was in college back in the dark ages (1972-76) I had a wonderful professor, Herb Bernstein who taught theoretical physics. I took a 3 semester series with him that started with quantum mechanics the first semester. Next we went on to electricity and magnetism and finally dealt with Newtonian laws. He even enlisted a math prof to teach a sister course in math just so we could keep up with the physics. Net result - I have done nothing in that field for a career but I have always loved following QM as an amateur. I'm looking forward to your discussion.