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My take on the subject is slightly non-standard, but it conforms to both the many world hypothesis and the Mathematical Universe hypothesis advanced by Max Texmark, and the final conclusion is not too far from conventional beliefs. The Anthropic principle loosely constrains the underlying local evolution propagator to have a low-energy effective functional ...
Even if we come up with a TOE there is no way to prove that it is the only one let alone the best one. A big philosophical problem which is usually swept under the carpet.
The problem is that there are too many possible theories of everything with no way to eliminate any of them. General relativity predicts everything on a large scale, quantum physics predicts everything in on a small scale, and both predict everything on a medium scale. There's more than one way to reconcile the two, and all of them are experimentally ...
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