I'm not posing this to be a forum troll or to insult the excellent ongoing work in Physics. It's a serious question based on the following: * Most of relativity and QM theory was completed within 20 years by a few dozen scientists. * Their tools were very primitive-not even electric calculators. *Experimental evidence was very thin at the best of times. The failure to integrate QM and Relativity over more than 60 years with the huge numbers of scientists since then and their resources is very significant What can be concluded? 1. The problem is FAR more difficult than the derivation of newtonian physics or QM or relativity alone? 2. It requires an Einstein or Newton with the insight to create an entirely new physics? 3. One or more of our fundamental assumptions must be in error and that is what prevents unification? One could argue that IF physics is a complex jigsaw puzzle supported by math, then the puzzle should be easier as more pieces are filled in- just as any logical framework should. This does not seem to be happening. Or one could argue that this process is not linear but is in fact discontinuous- operating in leaps and bursts of findings once an essential conceptual breakthrough is achieved. Again, no disservice to the troops of physics but the last 60 years suggest a fundamental failure in the architecture of physics that doesn't seem even close to being resolved. Appreciate any comments and discussion.