Say I observe a physical phenomenon; does that mean I can necessarily mathematicize it? Does possible observation reach only a fraction of physical reality? Will mathematics ever be able to explain a unification between general relativity and quantum mechanics? If such a TOE is ever realizable, will we be able to experimentally confirm it (re: superstrings)? Say I am unable, in any frame of reference, to observe a physical phenomenon; does that mean it does not physically exist (re: wavefunction)? Can we state as to what math will, or will not, eventually correlate to physics?