The entities of observation not only determine physics, but also define the "deserts" between themselves. Planck scale, GUT scale, nuclear scale, atomic scale, molecular scale, biophysical scale, planetoid scale, stellar scale, planetary system scale, galactic scale, galactic cluster scale, and cosmological scale - all have interstices overlooked and unexplored. The greater part of physics has been practically ignored. What theory best describes the physical essence of all these "spheres of influence" while acknowledging the potential for deserts in between them? Would you care to predict what physics will arise from the spaces in between, the voids which conventional physics has disregarded until now?