I completely agree, sometimes there are excellent theories that, well, I just can't fit with their mathematical point of view.A good example of brilliant math that the calculator got in the way is the pigeon hole theory.
If the universe is infinite then a infinite number of earths and me and you exist.
If an infinite number of universes exist same thing.
But if each object has gravity in an infinite universe every object will be effected differently so no pigeon hole in infinity.
If an infinite number of universes exist same thing even with two exact copies of a universe every position in infinity is different and every universe is unique in it's gravitational position.
Great idea in math of a pigeon hole but in reality just a calculator and concept creating a false reality.