…and those who believed Newton’s laws would apply at the quantum level were also apparently mistaken, but since we can’t actually see particles at that level, it’s all conjecture based on what we can observe. Likewise, until we actually approach the speed of light to see what we can observe, we don’t really know what it will be like and whether Einstein’s theories hold true. Having said that, the theories that exist on quantum theory and light speed travel are built on a scientific foundation, but it’s a foundation that is above my pay grade and current understanding.
So I wouldn’t necessarily say the laws are incorrect, more that they’ve been misapplied because they were only intended to apply to the observable universe.
In the end, I’m not really knowledgeable enough to second guess the science on quantum physics, and that’s why I am apt to accept the theories that are out there. This generally applies to all types of scientific consensus; unless I know as much as or more than the scientists and engineers who develop and test their theories, I’m not going to attack their work based on political tribalism or an overabundance of caution when doing car maintenance.