Returning from SQM where physicists talked about quarks and shared some humour with me, I took note in all seriousness - the fire driving new physics seems in danger of being quenched by hard reluctance to share principles at hand, instead to guard one's niche against 'different science', relying on constraints and 'renormalisation' to get rid of unwanted complications - something we can't do in the real world unless we streamline our directional attention.
Get to the link behind the picture and scroll to Paragraph 6 - that should be enough to let you know what I mean.
Life isn't about the money, and it's not about the time, either - one is an addiction and the other an illusion. Love and fear are forces of emotion akin to the strong and weak forces of nature, in which the weak force is by far the longest-reaching and most powerful, while the strong is only strong in close proximity where it can bind or blow apart vociferously. The weak force is the one that will someday prove connectivity between the quark and the neutrino; it's a top candidate for elopement with conscious processes and is bound to have something to do with quantum gravity. Strong force might hold things together but it doesn't do well in going the distance.