On 03-Mar-01, James Higgo wrote:
> Your comment, 'an explanation that can explain anything explains
> nothing.' is very imporatnt, and many people have said it. It is true
> of any TOE, as you say, and implies that _you_ should stop looking for
> a TOE as you will always be dissatisfied.
I would be satisfied with a TOE that explains everything, but not
anything. Some TOE's are inconsistent with white rabbits - i.e.
couldn't explain a white rabbit, and hence have some explanatory power.
TOE's that start with all observer moments exist don't seem to have