Talk:Theory of everything

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Foundation of Theory of Everything[edit]

A research article has been published in the journal Indian Journal of Science & Technology & is available on The theory presents a different perspective of existence of matter, time, space & radiation besides almost proves the existence of aether. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 09:50, 2 September 2011 (UTC)

This page is not about the latest paper on TOE[edit]

It's about well established approaches that have been discussed by the scientific community, not about everyone who writes a paper or a book somewhere, especially if it isn't even published. (talk) 17:11, 19 May 2012 (UTC)

Foundation of Theory of Everything (Only written material without mathematical formulae & figures)[edit]

Sorry for the new post above previous one. This write up while having merit, sets a definite tone as Philosophy. And by nature is to complex for inclusion in this article as content. I appreciate the time and effort it took, yet, I did not take the time to read it in its' entirety. The text cites too many conjectural authorities as references, for demonstrations. This provides a lack of focus. Demonstration must be valid in the argument itself, without requiring the reader to brush up with Aristotle, Descartes, or any other researchers ideas. It needs to stand up on its' own merit in other words. Please don't be offended, the content is well written and may be of value, I wish the writer well and hope he can find a vehicle to present his ideas to interested parties. Jeffrey mcmahan (talk) 12:43, 13 March 2013 (UTC)

It was a copyvio of the paper at this URL, there's no need to quote it in full on this talk page. I've removed it. --McGeddon (talk) 12:58, 13 March 2013 (UTC)

Candidate Theories[edit]

I'm somehow missing a list of current approaches towards a ToE. I found a recent overview in these slides:

If someone with a little more background could incorporate this list into the article, I'd find that a significant improvement, even though these approaches surely have very different ambitions regarding their explanatory power. I'm not even sure though if my links are always pointing to the right article and even though there is the article Physics beyond the Standard Model, I could not find any list such as the above anywhere on Wikipedia. --Mudd1 (talk) 11:00, 24 September 2012 (UTC)