Here's a possibly deterministic TOE from t'Hooft.
http://arxiv.org/abs/1308.1007

I'm not clear on how superdeterminism is compatible with the big bang and holographic theory. The latter implies that the total information within the Hubble sphere must have been much smaller when the accessible universe was much smaller. Does that imply that if one uses photons from opposite sides of the CMB to set the angles in the EPR experiment that the results will satisfy Bell's inequality?

Brent

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