Recently I have been looking into Fuzzy Theory which is a relatively new subset of logic and is closely related to probability theory. Fuzzy Theory right now is practically a "taboo science" with not many scholars too interested in it. However, I see this as a grand opportunity to jump into a new field with those who find it thought evoking as a possible candidate to replace the statistical and probabilistic foundations of quantum physics as radical as that may seem. I want to apply Fuzzy Theory to quantum physics as a theoretical approach and experimentally apply it to quantum computing utilizing fuzzy logic to construct quantum algorithms. Currently I am a 2nd year undergraduate student in the physics department at Utah State University. I have a 3.0 thus far and am currently enrolled in Intermediate Modern Physics, Introduction to Logic and Geometry, Calculus II, Philosophy of Science, and Computational Physics. I am not in a research group yet and have practically no experience in a lab although I am trying to get in one. My question is where do I go from here and what can I do to stand out when I already know specifically what I want to do?