The limits of Theory of Everything ! Reply

This is a short article I wrote more than 3 years ago, although it feels just like yesterday. Been keeping busy. It talks about the meaning of theory of everything as I understand. Also God seems to be an alter ego of its adherents more than a serious object of investigation from science.

Invariance Publishing House

Difference between everything and anything.

You would think, when you add over, all the  ‘anything’s, you get everything. Or in other words; Everything = integration (anything*dthing). That’s not true.

So most people confuse a Theory of Everything with a Theory of Anything. So that will never happen, the latter. The theory of Everything in the sense of Anything will never happen.

Physicists are not thinking that. Over-enthusiastic science propellers may be thinking like that. They may be thinking, you pick out Anything and a Theory of Everything will explain it. No.

Why then we call it a Theory of Everything? Because, as far as we understand, an Everything is a sum of all that we know, and that’s still infinitely large.

So this Theory of Everything will not be a mean theory but it will e.g. not explain God, because God may be Anything…

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