grand unified theory definition

  • noun:
    • A theory of primary forces that unites the weak, powerful, electromagnetic, and gravitational communications into one field principle and views the known interactions as low-energy manifestations of a single unified connection.
    • some of a course of physics concepts that attempts to give an explanation for electroweak causes, stong power, and gravitation within an individual mathematical conceptual system. When you look at the 1990's string theory and superstring concept were prominent instances. Abbreviated GUT, plural GUTs.

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