Unified-field-theory definitions

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A physical theory that unites and explains the basic forces of nature (strong, electroweak, and gravitational forces) as manifestations of a single physical principal.
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Any theory that attempts to explain two or more field theories by using one set of mathematical laws, as a theory that explains the unification of the field theories of magnetism and electricity.
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A theory that unites and explains the basic forces of nature (strong, electroweak, and gravitational forces) as manifestations of a single physical principle. No unified field theory that has been proposed so far has gained broad acceptance.
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