I disagreeBut thats just what being composed of matter necessitates - it is visible, it is directly observable. Our inability to directly observe the "creation of a hurricane, the formation of stars, the infection of a person with some disease, the orbiting of an electron around a nucleus" is out of our ignorance, not because its not visibly there.
The creation of emergent properties/phenomenon can't be observed directly. All you can observe is their gradual emergence.
I mean, if you take a human baby who's been born and is 1 minute-old, you can't observe the moment of that baby's creation in the womb. If you had miraculous technology, all you would observe are several things which when taken as a whole over time, represent the creation of the baby. There isn't a single instant at which you can point and say "That's when the baby came into existence!". Implantation of a sperm cell in an egg doesn't create a baby; it creates something that will eventually be a baby.
If quantum mechanics is correct (and I have no reason to doubt it), you can't observe an actual electron orbiting around an actual nucleus. The electron exists as a probability wave, so with perfect technology, all you'd see is a cloud-like thing. You wouldn't see a point spinning around a nucleus.
There are all kinds of things we infer the existence of without seeing directly. In some of them, our ignorance and poor technology is the reason, but in others, no such technology is possible, because there's no single moment or point in space at which the thing emerges or exists.