“Quantum Theory has nothing to say about human relationships. Nothing whatsoever.” That doesn’t mean quantum mechanics are not affecting human relationships. In fact, it would be totally incoherent to claim it doesn’t, and we already have a big problem with coherence when it comes to the laws of physics. We humans are ants looking at everything around us through a straw; we know about 4% of what’s going on in the universe, so it’s kind of impossible to say whether quantum mechanics actually govern human relationships or not. At this point, it would take some mighty arrogance to definitively claim that they don’t (I was merely THEORIZING that they MIGHT). Just because the theory may not have anything explicit to say about human relationships doesn’t mean quantum mechanics are not at play. Silence on a matter does not equate to rejection (or approval) of that matter – that’s codified into law (aka the Miranda Rights) for a reason.