Which of the following criteria is more persuasive for choosing a Theory Of Everything:
- A very simple theory that requires an enormous amount of calculation to compute the universe (e.g. 10^(10^(10^(....))) with operations to simulate/generate the observable universe or even a single atom.
- A more complicated theory with more rules and ad hoc constants that allows the universe to be simulated/generated with far fewer calculations (e.g. polynomial on the number of particles). Ultimately, which of the two would they see as a better criterion for a Theory of Everything.