From Symmetry:

Finding a theory of everything is unlikely to change the way most of us go about our business, even if our business is science. That’s the normal way of things: Chemists and electricians don’t need to use quantum electrodynamics, even though that theory underlies their work. But finding such a theory could change the way we think of the universe on a fundamental level.

Even a successful theory of everything is unlikely to be a final theory. If we’ve learned anything from 150 years of unification, it’s that each step toward bringing theories together uncovers something new to learn.More.

What if we found a theory of everything and it indicated design? Would that be anti-science?

*See also:* Physicist: Information is basis of everything

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as to “Is a theory of everything even possible?”

Yes, but not mathematically.

The belief that there should be a unification between General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics does not follow from the math, but is a belief that is born out of Theistic presuppositions.

First off, and most importantly, Godel has proven, by studying the ‘logic of infinity’, that mathematics is ‘incomplete’

Even Stephen Hawking himself admitted that, due to Godel’s incompleteness theorem, there cannot ever truly be a ‘complete’ mathematical theory of everything,

Godel himself gave a hint as to what would bring completeness to mathematics

Bruce Gordon eloquently puts the situation like this:

And when the Agent causality of Theists is rightly let ‘back’ into the picture of physics, as the Christian founders of science originally envisioned, (instead of the self refuting ‘blind’ causality of atheists: J. Budziszewski), then a empirically backed unification between Quantum Theory and Relativity is readily achieved by the resurrection of Christ from death:

Verse:

supplemental note:

The eyes can play some funny tricks! I read the title as “Is a theory of

anythingeven possible?”Of course, I immediately thought of Darwinism!

-Q