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Supposed quantum mechanics and generel Relativity are just classical limits of a third theory and the theory of everything. Is it possible for applications of this Theory of Everything to violate either QM or GR (overriding them)?

For example. Using our current understanding of QM and GR. We can only teleport quantum states and not the particle itself and we can't float in space without propulsion. Now is it possible for there to be a Theory of Everything where there is a degree of freedom to teleport an entire object from one location to another and make it float without propulsion but some kind of anti gravitation? In other worlds. Is it possible for a higher theory to negate certain properties of the lesser theory. For example. The Third Theory (or Theory of Everything) can cancel some of the limitations of QM and GR and use the capability of the Third Theory to give more degrees of freedom such as teleporting an entire object from one location to another without using wormhole or quantum state teleportation but directly by overriding QM and GR and use a higher theory to directly teleport the object??