The search for a comprehensive theory of the Universe, i.e. a theory of everything (TOE) has been the desire and attempted fulfillment throughout history. In this chapter, we cannot give a comprehensive description of this unfolding story but will present some of the lights from our perspective and particularly that of (EAR) from her Lawrence Berkeley National laboratory (LBNL) days when she was a graduate student and then a staff member in the Nuclear Science and Department of Theoretical Physics. She was one of the very few staff members, not only interested in particle physics, general relativity, astrophysics and cosmology, but also the nature of consciousness. Both of us have a passion to ken the Universe, which clearly includes conscious sentient beings. Here we address the issues in unified field theories that relate to our work in this volume on multidimensional geometries and their relationship to describing nonlocal, nonlinear, anticipatory phenomena. One of our motivations is to include a domain for the action and participation of the conscious observer and consciousness in general. The process of scientific discovery involves observation, data systemization and theoretical hypothesis and formulation about the observed data. The process of experimental examination and theoretical hypothesis and further tests of these concepts, leads to the development of scientific rules or laws.
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