I know we have discussed that a theory for everything needs to include our spirituality. This is true but also it must include our skin cells, our hearts, our brains for these too are a part of our "Physical" universe. A theory of everything must include our ability to imagine and think, our ability to articulate and our ability to express our selves with free will. These are all physical manifestations and certainly not delusional. Mankind continously endeavours to create and recreate it self and this too has many physical implications. WE are very good at thinking that a theory of everything is only about stars and planets and phantom particles, The nature of thought it-self is missing from any theories so far. WE tend to think that we may be close to a TOE but I have to suggest that we are so far away from it that we have no hope of even getting close. For if one wants to quantify some thing like the human brain (a physical reality) into a theory that can be valued and determined by a formula then I am sorry they must be very deluded. Even Einstiens theories espouse that the perception of the observer is to be considered. Could this not be also a theory of subjectivity. A simple truth that we have always known. I think if science forgets the human or life element it is badly mistaken and I am not even talking about religion or spirituality or souls or life after death or anything. So are we taking on an impossible challenge as surely the closer one gets to this Holy grail of the theory for everything the more complex the mathematics must get, the harder it is to quantify and prove, and the less constancy there is.