From Frank Wilczek's book 'A Beautiful Question' 'Quantum mechanics shows how the poverty of energy imposes structure' P196 Is he saying the poverty of energy imposes structure in the energy of a quantum system or structure in matter? Or both? If we look at an atom it has ordered structure in both the matter and the energy. But if we look at a particle confined in some potential the energy is structured, not the matter. Is it also correct to say that classical equations create poverty in energy from the structure of matter? And if so is there a connection?