We know that Quantum Theory should be considered as a framework in which all other theories/forces (Strong, Weak, EM and Gravity) exist. For example, we have the Quantum Chromodynamics, Quantum ...
Electricity and magnetism was unified in the 19th century, and unification of electromagnetism with the weak force followed suit, bringing into play the electroweak force. I've been told that ...
If we look at the standard model, we have 4 fundamental forces which include Gravity, Electromagnetism, Nuclear weak force, Nuclear strong force. I would like to look at Gravity for a minute. ...
Standard Model is advanced (lorentz invariant) version of Quantum physics. It tried to include everything which came in the way while understanding quantum world. It even didn't bother to include ...
Is it a coincidence that there are four fundamental forces and four spacetime dimensions ? Does a universe with three spacetime dimension contain four fundamental forces? Can magnetism be realized in ...
Other possible theories (other than string theory) which are generalizations of the standard model with incorporation of gravity
The only finite mathematical framework that incorporates both the standard model of particle physics and gravity under one umbrella that I am aware of is string theory. I would like to know whether ...