Prediction about the theory of everything
A bet on the correct theory of everything
Prediction about the final theory
Checking the final theory

Even the faintest whisper about the unification of physics must stand up to experiment with predictions and tests.

Prediction about the unification of physics
A bet about unification and the unified theory

• The prediction, in six parts
• Possible tests with particle experiments
• Possible tests with gravity experiments
• Possible theoretical tests
• Present limitations of the prediction
• Why you should bet against the strand conjecture
• Why you should not bet against it
 

The prediction, in six parts:

1. No deviation from the standard model of particle physics (with massive Dirac neutrinos) will be discovered,
2. No deviation from general relativity (at subgalactic distances) will be discovered,
3. No exception to any (corrected) Planck limit will be discovered,
4. Calculating the fundamental constants of the standard model (particle masses, fine structure constant, nuclear coupling constants and mixing angles) is possible,
5. Resolving all open issues of fundamental particle physics is possible, and
6. All observations derive from the fundamental principle of the strand conjecture.

Papers and preprints explaining how the parts of the prediction arise are found here.
Tests about unification

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Possible tests with particle experiments (of part 1 and 3):

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Possible tests with gravity experiments (of part 2 and 3):

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Possible theoretical tests (of part 4, 5 and 6):

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Present limitations of the prediction

The aim remains to extend the list of tests and to reduce the limitations of the prediction.

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Why you should bet against the strand conjecture

"Bets" that support our non-profit will be considered. In principle, the prediction has no end in time. Due to finite lifetime of homo sapiens, an earlier date for a challenge would be more practical, such as 1 September 2030. More about the background is found on the blog on strands.

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Why you should not bet against the strand conjecture

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