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Theory of Everything

The Theory of Everything (TOE) is a comprehensive conceptual model of the Totality of Existence (TOE), including the Theory of Everything within the territory being mapped. The Theory of Everything is thus synonymous with the Unified Relationships Theory and Panosophy, as the megasynthesis of all knowledge in all cultures and disciplines at all times—past, present, and future—into a coherent whole.

This is a quite different definition from scientists’ current understanding of the ultimate problem of human learning. For instance, on 30th April 2005, the New Scientist magazine in London posted this advertisement on its front cover. The accompanying cover story stated the purpose of such a theory of everything: “Physicists believe that there was only one force just after the big bang, and as the universe cooled it split into the four forces we now observe: gravity, electromagnetism, and the strong and weak [nucleic] forces. The physicists’ dream is to find a theory describing this unified force.”

In The Elegant Universe, in 1999, Brian Greene gave a more succinct definition: “a theory capable of describing nature’s forces within a single, all-encompassing, coherent framework”, which Albert Einstein spent the last thirty years of his life trying to solve. Then, in a BBC Horizon drama documentary in 2005, titled ‘Einstein’s Unfinished Symphony’, Michio Kaku said, if Einstein had been successful in his aim of developing what he called the ‘unified field theory’, “The theory of everything would have been the holy grail of science; it would have been the philosophers’ stone. It would have been the crowning achievement of all scientific endeavours ever since humans walked the face of the Earth.”

The next to pick up the baton was Stephen W. Hawking, as his Oscar-winning biopic The Theory of Everything in 2015 tells us. In the film, Stephen told his future wife Jane, when he first met her, that he was a cosmologist, worshiping “one, single, unifying equation that explains everything in the universe”. A few years later, when being awarded a Ph.D. for his extraordinary theory about a space-time singularity as a black hole at the origin of the universe, he told his professors that he was seeking, “One, simple, elegant equation that can explain everything.” But “What is the equation?” Jane had asked Stephen when she met him. “That is the question. And a very good question. I’m not quite sure yet. But I intend to find out,” was his reply.

However, none of these scientists abandoned physics as the primary science, as I had done in high school, because its assumptions are obviously false. Not being burdened by delusion, I was able to admit the psychospiritual energies within us into science, thereby explaining what is causing the pace of social change to accelerate exponentially within a single, all-encompassing, coherent framework.

Integral Relational Logic thus provides the Cosmic Context, Gnostic Foundation, and coordinating framework for the genuine Theory of Everything, which is the Unified Relationships Theory, because fields are a special type of relationship, and relationships make the world go round.

By viewing the Totality of Existence as a meaningful information system, emerging from the meaningless Datum of the Universe, Panosophy is all-encompassing because it takes the abstractions of mathematics, computer science, and information systems modelling methods in business to the utmost level of generality.

The elusive equation at the heart of the Theory of Everything is the Cosmic Equation, as the paradoxical primal axiom for all our reasoning, as the fundamental law of the Universe, experienced as Satchitānanda, the ‘Bliss of the Absolute Truth and Consciousness’.


Probably 1977, when Harald Fritzsch, from CERN, gave a lecture in Italy, saying, “A unified theory of everything, explaining all of physics, may be available in the not so distant future.”

Everything, as all things taken together, viewed collectively as something of extreme importance, derives from Old English ǣfre, ǣlcm, of uncertain origin, and Old English þing ‘meeting, assembly’, later ‘entity, being, matter’ (subject of deliberation in an assembly), from Proto-Germanic *thinga- ‘assembly’, perhaps literally ‘appointed time’, from a PIE base *ten- ‘stretch’, on notion of ‘stretch of time for a meeting or assembly’. Iceland’s general assembly (parliament) is the Althing, literally concerned with Everything.

See also theory and time.

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