Well, things don't work that way and I'm kind of glad they don't. The literature is littered with less than successful ideas and programs people push and try to sell. String theory will go away if we run out of string theorists. I always had a soft spot for Chew's bootstrap program. Everything from unitarity and analyticity. The only problem is, it's an incomplete idea. Super symmetry doesn't work, not because it's not a great thought, but because nature doesn't work that way as far as I can tell. One reason to persist in my questions is to see if there is anything to work with here. I don't see it. No shame in that and no problem either. Carry on.The research program should be initially limited to 10 years; if no empirical results are reached in 5 years, the budget should be halved. Another 5 years without anything but mathematical discoveries and it should be abandoned.