What Janine just said is so true.
However I would like to add one more point to this whole quantum discussion, even though it has nothing to do with telepathic zombies. Physicists tend to hope that the universe is finite. What they hope is that the universe is finite, and will come to an end one day. Effectively what this means is that one day we will have the 'big crunch', which is kinda' the opposite of the big bang. After the big crunch the universe will begin again, and we will all repeat our lives again, and again, infinitely. I just thought that was quite interesting, even though it may not necessarily turn out to be the case.
However, I must say, quantum theory no longer interests me. I think if there were intelligent life forms that lived at the quantum level, and were used to quantum mechanics, particles acting like waves, uncertainty over the position and velocity of a particle etc. I think that if these beings existed and knew about our macroscopic level, that obeyed the laws of Newtonian mechanics, then they would be very envious of us. I know that sounds silly, but what I mean is that when one realises that things don't have to be a certain way, that indeed quantum sized particles can randomly appear out of nothing and so on, then one finds the whole thing to be rather uninteresting. It is in our macroscpoic world that the really fascinating things occur.
Lastly, I read all of those popular science books, did the first year of a degree in physics and I eventually discovered that whatever these scientific crack pots were on about it held little significance for me as a mortal, and I'd be better off doing a degree I was actually interested in.
Mathematics, science, logic these are only ways of decribing reality in a way that is meaningful, however reality will always be the same.