A true ToE is impossible through orthodox science because the geometry of a ToE is different to that of a partial theory, and all modern theories are based in a partial paradigm. A true ToE contains only one context, "everything that exists", but nothing can exist outside of this context. However, forces act upon objects from the outside, when this "outside" does not exist within the ToE's context due to its containment requirement. Everything must be inside the ToE, invalidating any external context that cannot exist. This issue is covered in Moment Theory, Vol.0, Quantum Quay, and it is unfortunately an initial condition problem that few theorists give any consideration.
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