• I think so. The problem with "the theory of everything" is that there are one or more relevant things that we don't know about. Once we find out about those relevant things, then "the theory of everything" will be resolved...but there will be new theories about those new things that are still UNresolved. So: yes, because "the theory of everything" only addresses the things that we know about NOW.
  • Eventually because it is all inclusive in the science category of physics. QM evolved from Relatively, being conventional 3D physics to the other worldly realm of zero dimensional quantum physics. QM is not really weird' at all once a person can get mind and brain wrapped around the basic concept.😑

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