Oh ok.. But a lot of our macro world is comprehensible though.Reality doesn't have to be anything we think it is.
And quite a lot of it is incomprehensible.
Ever tried to predict the weather?
I think weather like anything else has an internal logic, it's just it's so complicated you have no choice but to use statistics.
Logic doesn't necessarily mean human logic, it can mean any system that has a coherent and probably deterministic event chain.
Ok I think I get what you're saying now.The universe would not be treated as locally deterministic in this view. That is an axiom of a different model. Though agreed, that it is the Standard Model of logic!
So what I am talking about is a way to get local action that looks determined by its own local, substantive and internal properties - the way we think an electron has a property like negative charge - but is instead achieved by a different method. That is top down constraint.
To take a rough analogy, think of the way an engine cylinder constrains the explosion of the gas/air mixture. The explosion has the potential to expand in all directions. But those other directions are suppressed and all the action has to be expressed in just the unsuppressed direction - so pushing the piston.
If you then take more interesting examples like the quantum zeno effect, you can see something of the same as microphysics.