It immediately creates an urge to try and explain the irregular phenomenon with the actual standards or to modify the standards to fit the new finding.
Why is it not random?
For me, the question is not why a certain finding does not fit the law but why, at all, any law exists.
It is not a common sense that any law shall exist. As far I am concerned it would make more sense if there would be only random events.
Having physical laws brings up a row of questions
- How and when are these laws created?
- Are they universal?
- Are they static or changing over time?
- If they are changing over time than they change only randomly (as it would make more sense) or they also follow some pattern? Do the particles and laws have an evolution?
- And most importantly: how are they executed?
Where is the code?
That is, all particles we know of are abiding to the rules of the physical laws. But how is this information disseminated? How does every single proton know that it shall attract electrons? How does any matter know that entropy shall increase? How time assures causality?
Is it possible that the code is written into every particle of the universe?
Well it sounds insane.
It sounded equally insane when it was contemplated that the code of all living creatures is engraved into every tiny cells.
In one human alone there are 5 - 200 trillion cells (it is still rather uncertain, the result is depending on studies) and each cell contains the code, the DNA that determines all the functions of our body.
Perhaps we shall look for that "DNA" now in every particles.