Glaydon 0 Posted April 4 Report Share Posted April 4 Is there a theory that explains everything? Of course not! Scientists cannot integrate or even complete all fundamental theories in a meaningful way. What if such a mathematical theory is possible, from which all physical interactions follow, but it does not describe the interactions of particles? Usually, the theory of everything is understood as the unification of all types of physical interactions. And if you go the other way and find a fundamental theory for fundamental theories. I did so, admitting all mathematical contradictions in a single system. The map of mathematical completeness will look like this: All possible types of movements, combinations of converging and diverging series, which are the logical basis of existence, are indicated here. These rows strike more complex composite systems, arrays that embody space, matter, and their characteristics. Quote Link to post Share on other sites

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