You are right Guigus: what I said WAS intended to be a mystical-like expression, not a rational one. It was neither right nor wrong. Hopefully it was beyond either--now THAT'S mystical (Gate gate para gate parasamgate)
Quote:No, this is your theory of what a theory of everything might look like. By definition, a theory of everything is a theory that explains everything, period. The day we find it, then we will be able to tell how it looks like, and not a second before.
You keep reminding me just how foolish you truly are... This is not a matter of your failed attempts at being clever... "The theory of everything" is the name of a theory physicists have been chasing for quite some time... Read up on it here:
Guigus, if you read my post carefully you would see that we are already what we will be upon our death:
"I've always had the feeling that "everything" and "nothing" are the same.To make it personal, when I die I will become both nothing and everything. While I am alive I am "some thing" in particular; when I die I will be no particular thing, ergo I will be "no thing" or--as I really am now-- everything. This applies to you as well.
I suggest you take your 'mind control' elsewhere, no one here is interested in your argument which you are passing off as 'obvious'.
No matter how loud you shout it you are still a fool.
Of course a fool who persists in his folly will become 'wise'.
Before I answer your question I'd like to direct your attention to this:
First off, there is no 'me' who can 'insult' you. You classify certain sentences or phrases as 'insults' because you see them as a threat to you from your 'self'.
Secondly there are no theories.
A theory is a concept, which is merely a combination a characteristics that people(Be-ing) use to 'prove' the existence of the outside world. It's basically an excuse to look outside instead of in so as to manufacture certainty with everyone around them.
Ever since you can remember we have been using all sorts of proof(theories/concepts/explanations) to define our existence, instead of looking 'inside' of who we are and standing on what we know.
Your question is sort of tricky because it presupposes that there already is an explanation for 'everything'. If you're going to grant that presupposition then what could 'how' matter?
I suggest you look 'inside' and stop relying on 'theories'.
To reply to your extended post:
Are you merely suggesting word play here? Are people 'fools' because the mean what they're saying but use different words?
Last, what good do explanations do? I mean seriously, most explanations just get my head into a 'flurry' of anger.
You'll find the list of presuppositions in most professional 'explanations' to be quite large.
I contend that you are just looking for anyone to agree with you, rather than actually thinking and having a coherent discussion.
Good luck finding a yes man, you already have your 'self' as one, isn't that enough?
Alright sir, I'll play your game.
Here's a 'theory' for you:
My theory is that a theory(concept) is a combinations of characteristics that were 'put together' by people(Be-ing).
Now, if I was absolutely forced to answer your question it would be a 'yes'. A theory of everything would include 'everything' regardless of how it is 'proved'.
What you need to see is your question is a non-issue because there are no explanations and there is no 'everything'.
There's only 'you', Be-ing!!!!