The Inequality Process (IP) (Angle, 1983-2017) is a stochastic interacting particle system abstracted from a foundational theory of economic anthropology, speculatively extended to societies over the arc of techno-cultural evolution by Lenski(1966). The IP's implications (its footprint) quantitatively fit many statistical series of personal income and wealth. Five of these implications are similar to stock market "stylized facts" (empirical statistical invariances). Four eminent experts in quantitative finance have claimed that there is no statistical law in the stock market like a statistical law of physics. The IP is closely related to the best known statistical law of physics, the Kinetic Theory of Gases. This paper opens the possibility that a consensus in quantitative finance that there is no statistical law in the stock market like a statistical law of physics may be wrong.