As a self study it has been difficult to find time to study quantum mechanics and relativity simultaneously while obtaining my aerospace engineering degree. Nonetheless, I've made some progress in the matter. My point and or discussion rather herin, is this: With quantum mechanics being inherently indeterminist, and using a statistical approach to experimentation, while Relativity being a completely deterministic, it strikes me as somewhat frustrating that the two are incompatible at the moment, and we must rely on one or the other for large scale or small scale theories. Particularly, I find it inconsolably hard to reason that quantum mechanics is correct, in being completely indeterministic, knowing full well that a great many experiments have validated it. I do not posit it's invalidity, nor do I have a better idea. For this very reason that it is strange I am drawn to it's implications and consequences that seem to come out of it. Yet, I cannot fathom that it is in fact, correct to be statistical, and that everything is not well defined. I guess my question is simple, does anybody else find it as frustrating as I do that this seems to be so? I quibble intensely over the statistical nature of the wave function, and it's different interpretations, and I simply cannot seem to get a sense that it is in fact, entirely correct. I know this is still an open question, and to some extent a frivolous philosophical discussion that may have already been beaten to death. But, I find myself nonetheless wondering, is anybody else as frustrated as I am in this matter?