You do realize that quantum mechanics applies to anything from the molecular scale down in scale (generally speaking), in order to address the particle vs. wave nature of matter and photons.
Explain to me how the Bohr model of the atom nor quantum leaps of electrons fall into the category?
Especially considering the fact that the two are heavily related to plank's constant.
Young man, I actually own those two degrees in aerospace engineering that you mentioned you were striving for. I'm really not trying to be impolite. But you seem to be way out of your element, and I would like to know your educational background, because I have the feeling if I asked you to take the curl of the divergence of a scalar field, you wouldn't know what I was talking about. Forgive me if I'm incorrect.