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.
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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