If you think that, then you don't understand it. Quantum mechanics is not theoretical in that sense. It has been repeatedly shown to be accurate in a wide variety of situations, including many that are quite counter-intuitive. By the way, this also shows your whole criticism of the senses fails: people were expecting QM to fail in many of these situations, but it didn't. Their biases did not determine what they actually observed.<quoted text>
Obviously, I am familiar with your "quantum" argument, which is theoretical at best and therefore cannot be presented as a piece of absolute evidence...
QM is an acausal scientific theory. It is empirical and has been repeatedly tested. So it shows that your assumption that empiricism requires causality is wrong. And that was my point.
Yes, the senses are the way we obtain knowledge about the real world.You are back to your senses again, which I have already addressed in a previous post, so will leave that one for you to follow up.