If there is such a thing as a unified theory of everything, it is represented by the absolute negative lower bound of Cuil, as it is the most all-encompassing real thing possible.
1) If it follows that -∞‽ is a reality to unifying in its very nature that it explains everything at all times and in all places. Then ∞‽ should and must, unify and encompass nothing at all times in all places.
2) If one further believes that -∞‽ reduces the universe to a single point of absolute existence in the platonic sense, the absolute true form of an object, then ∞‽ expands the universe to an infinite number of points or objects. These infinite points or objects must encompass every subjective concept of everything in the most specific sense.
At ∞‽ no single thought, idea, or object can be applied to explain another though, idea, or object as every thought, idea, or object exists in a single plane of reality as it does in the infinite number of planes of reality described in Mesh Theory.
For example, if 5 dinner plates represent the infinite planes of reality in the Mesh:
Plate 1 has a pea on it
Plate 2 has an onion on it
Plate 3 has a steak on it
Plate 4 has a bone on it
Plate 5 has an egg on it
A plate at ∞‽ would have a pea, an onion, a steak, a bone, and an egg on it. And only on a plate at ∞‽ could all these things be on a single plate at a single time. What this means is that only at ∞‽ are all things everything at all times.
This is the basis of the Greendye Paradox Theory. How can ∞‽ unify and encompass nothing at all times and at all places, as shown in (1), but at the same time encompass all instances of everything in all the planes of reality, as shown in (2).
A possible solution comes from the next inference:
3) If one also believes that 0‽ cannot be attained because it is always moving towards -∞‽, then 0‽ or perfect reality is constantly moving away from ∞‽.
The first two observations combined with the third lead to a revelation that Cuil must operate along a space in which ∞‽ = -∞‽ yet simultaneously ∞‽ != -∞‽ (think of a mobius strip). This means that ∞‽ can be everything and nothing at the same time because its very nature means that is must be. The space along which Cuil operates can also be interpreted as chiral, in that it has two opposing sides: one where ∞‽ = -∞‽ and another where ∞‽ != -∞‽, this also fits with the idea of a mobius like formation.
Therefore, The Greendye Paradox Theory states that Cuil must operate along a space in which ∞‽ = -∞‽ yet simultaneously ∞‽ != -∞‽ and that ∞‽ can be everything and nothing at the same time because its very nature means that is must be, the same must be true for -∞‽.
Note: If this theory is accepted as credible, albeit in need of refinement, I think it could be the basis of a much more in depth theory towards a General Theory of Cuil.