Recently I got my hands on the massive works of the translation of James Gunn’s “The Road to Science”. Besides the huge amount of content and writing techniques I would need to look to analyse, I was also intrigued by a few theories well known in physics. I reckon that they are worth being compared with other theories in various religions such as Tao and Buddha, which I was drawn to during the recent years.
The latest and the much-anticipated way of depicting the “ultimate theory of science” is most likely the “String Theory” defined as “a theoretical framework in which the point-like particles of particle physics are replaced by one-dimensional objects called strings.” This could be well be adapted in the realm of art and is very similar to the form of “flow” in Tao and “Karma” in Buddha.
The next step of my research would be further studying this and try to find an ultimate theory of art. However, this could also be desperate in nature as it is.