Whoa!! Wait a minute! I'm not calling "Quantum Mechanics" irrational, there is obviously phenomena related to the atomic and sub-atomic level, what I think is irrational are the explanations and the conclusions formed on the basis of not really knowing whats happening there! Prime example again is Schrodinger's Cat Experiment!
I do believe quantum mechanics still requires a rational explanation, perhaps Lewis Little's "Theory of Elementary Waves" will provide that, I surely hope so!!
And again, the qubit is a contradiction (atleast to me), unless it can be proved that it isn't, I won't accept it. It would be great to have a computer as fast as what a 'quantum' computer could do, but not yet sure it's possible with the qubit.
I may not have a degree in physics, but I'm not going to sit quivering over whatever the great minds tell me. I think for myself and do believe that physics concepts should be and could be explained to the average joe.