So I was looking, and I was just a little bit amused:
"So... there are two types of fundamental postulates in science. The first type is the self-evident kind, like how heat flows from hot to cold regions. The second type is one that is more subtle, and needs to be unfolded in a series of arguments before you get the point of it all."
And why am I laughing?
"Unfortunately, in Quantum Mechanics, the fundamental postulates all belong to the second type."