Terence Tao has an interesting post on why many-worlds quantum theory is like Tomb Raider. I think it’s de Broglie-Bohm theory that is more like Tomb Raider though, as you can see from the comments.

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Just to say I agreed with you on the comments. I didn’t think it had anything whatsoever to do with a Tomb Raider analogy. I’d never seen anything more forced in my life.