I don't know what to think anymore.
With recent advancements in String Theory, I was hoping for a 'Theory Of Everything' that will unify physics into a nice little equation. With this we will be able to 'read the mind of God.'
However, it has come to my attention that Godel's theorem(or some for thereof.) rears it's ugly head, and since String Theory is fundamentally mathematical, it also applies. The TOE could very well be staring us in the face, but beyond our mathematical grasp.
I am by no means an expert at the Theorem(s.), however, it seems that some physicists hold that TOE will not be reached due to it.
This has some serious implications to me.
First I was hoping for the TOE, so that we can unlock the mysteries of the universe. Scientific knowledge of the universe is fundamental to my beliefs. However, if this cannot be reached, I think I'm in theological trouble, but I don't think it will be in-reconcilable depending on the data.
Now, it could just be that our mathematics is just too primitive and hence we cannot solve the equations necessary to complete String Theory.
However, physics has somewhat of a leverage over mathematics in the sense that physics is an experimental science.
Hopefully the LHC will give us insight into super-symmetry, Higgs mechanism, and the standard model or even take us beyond it to read the mind of God.