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Theory of Everything

noun
1.
a theory intended to show that the electroweak, strong, and gravitational forces are components of a single quantized force.
Origin of Theory of Everything
1985-1990
First recorded in 1985-90
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Contemporary definitions for Theory of Everything
noun

a theory in physics that unifies the known elementary particles, four fundamental forces, and observations concerning evolution

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Theory of Everything in Science
theory of everything  
See unified field theory.
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