Pardon me for a very stupid question,
but knowing that SM predicts so much about sub-atomic particles, their interactions and whatnot, means that we have formalized these into some sorts of equations, meaning that we can plug these equations in a simulation and use that to predict new unseen behaviours (maybe?).
Is there some sort of "accurate-enough" simulation of, say, hydrogen atom, consiting down to elementary particles and their interactions, existing in a 3D space of some sort of "quantum foam"?
If no, why? What is missing?