The truth, regarding the constituent elements of the universe and their relationships, remains unaffected in spite of an accepted blockade of uncertainty. In fact, the mind of the observer and the experimental test of the observation once regarded as the tenets of scientific knowledge with the emergence of uncertainty looked like the biggest impediments in the way of knowing the truth. The two of the break through achievements of theoretical physics, the Uncertainty Principle and the Theory of Relativity, not only hinted but established the end of the road for theoretical physics. If not really an end, it was a beginning of a maze. The scientific community for reasons of not accepting a dead-end evaded the obvious. Einstein had known this as was evident form his frustration with quantum mechanics.
It is now written on the wall that unification is almost impossible with an observer (mind) as a referee or a mere link between the ultimate truth and the observed one.
With its intervention, observer becomes an integral part of the inquiry and thus of the truth. That is what in short the two great principles of uncertainty and the relativity mean. That is also the reason that the mystical force of gravity where the observing mind has no relevance shows no sign of having any relationship with the rest of the forces. The Mest theory of everything also reaffirms the road block at the observer’s end therefore eliminates him by the continuity of Mest.
The truth of the certainty of material universe and the uncertainty of the universe of mind was much better known to Vedic philosophers of ancient India. The four schools of philosophy- Nyaya,Vaishesik, Sankhya and Yoga, known as Darshanas(philosophies) dealt extensively with the question of origin and existence of this universe. The methodicity was not empirical and results not experimental, but it will not be right to say that the approach was not scientific, if uncertainty; relativity and gravity are to be taken as yardstick of being scientific. I have no qualms in accepting that for the religious, cultural and historic reasons so much of crap of thoughts and interpretations has crept into those books of knowledge that it is imperative to separate chaff from the grains. Basically, the exponents of these schools of thoughts and their genuine interpreters, time and again, challenged the undisputable authority of religion. Threatened with the emerging dominance of science, the believers of Creationism distorted these divinely beautiful thoughts beyond their recognition. Science like what happened in the West was once again the victim of religious bigotry.