I'll start off by admitting that just because the "laws of the universe" go against what we might intuit them to be is no grounds to assert their falsehood, but I do have to pose a subjective question: Do you guys feel that perhaps our current stabs at a ToE are just getting a bit outlandish? Personally I do. I understand the idealism that "if the math works, then we've got to run with it" but I wonder if the many multi-dimensional ToE's with all sorts of complicated geometries involving string and the like are just throwing layers of math to cover up the initial logic that is being sacrificed. And of course, the more we find out, the more math (and complicated semantic explanation) we need. In short, at gut feeling I believe we just don't know enough about how the universe works right now to be taking stabs in this manner, and we end up laughing at Occam's Razor in the process. Like I said, this is totally subjective, but does anyone feel me on this?