Unresolved Conundrums

Now I focus on the evidence that currently confounds the accepted theories of physics. With respect to theoretical principles, I have covered some conceptual challenges, particularly for quantum physics, previously. Here I focus on observations that currently cannot be explained.

I should expound on the last statement: theorists will claim that any one of these observations supports one or another formulation of particle theory. However, in every case the theories predict additional phenomena that have yet to be revealed. One of the tributes to the ingenuity of particle physicists as a whole is the facility with which they qualify their theories in order to accommodate confounding evidence. Given this cleverness, I stand on principle that no theory should be taken as irrefutably proven by experiment until all of its axioms have been demonstrated through experiment.