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noun
a theory intended to show that the electroweak, strong, and gravitational forces are components of a single quantized force.
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Origin of Theory of Everything

First recorded in 1985–90
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Scientific definitions for Theory of Everything

theory of everything

A physical theory, such as a grand unified theory, that attempts to explain all physical matter and interactions under a single unified set of principles.
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