Let’s play a little game of quantum compare/contrast.
“Oh, sure,” you object; “because quantum stuff is so easy to find and examine in situ!”
But that’s pretty much exactly the point — quantum ISN’T easy to do that with. What IS easy to compare/contrast is stuff in macro — stuff at the “human size scale”. Like, how humans are reacting variously to news that CERN may just have gotten a taste at around 125GeV of the Higgs boson, also known as “The God Particle.”
Mind you, it’s only also known as that TO IDIOTS.