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An ultimate philosophical question: is the theory of every thing possible?

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Re: An ultimate philosophical question: is the theory of every thing possible?

Post by Halc » November 23rd, 2018, 7:09 pm

Niebieskieucho wrote:
November 23rd, 2018, 2:53 pm
Yes, there is the theory of everything possible but all I familiarised with are irrational.
I am familiar with none. I suppose if there are some claimed, they're not supported due to inconsistency, which can be considered irrational.
Those who acknowledge to understanding of relativity, automatically admit to understanding of nonsense
It does pretty good, except for not being unified with QFT. I don't find it irrational, being consistent with its own premises.

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