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 Unified field theory is only one possible approach to unification of physics.
 In physics, a unified field theory is a type of field theory that allows all of the fundamental forces between elementary particles to be written in terms.
 The third theory, which he called the Unified Field Theory, was to have been his crowning achievement.
 In 1950, he described this " unified field theory " in a Scientific American article entitled "On the Generalized Theory of Gravitation" (Einstein 1950).
 For example, Niels Bohr, founder of the modern atomic theory, once listened to Pauli's explanation of his version of the unified field theory.
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 Ultimately, a unified field theory is only one approach at simplifying the underlying structure of the Standard Model of particle physics.
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 See also grand unified theory, unified field theory.
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 The first successful (classical) unified field theory was developed by James Clerk Maxwell.
 Historically, the first unified field theory was developed by James Clerk Maxwell.
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 This article describes unified field theory as it is currently understood in connection with quantum theory.
 Like they say, the beautiful theory will be the unified field theory, and it is essentially a lot simpler than physics is after right now.
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 His work at the Institute for Advanced Study focused on the unification of the laws of physics, which he referred to as the Unified Field Theory.
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 If a unified field theory can be found, someone must resolve whether or not it is based on particles and gravity fields or electromagnetic fields.
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 Weyl was also a very influential figure in all three major fields of 20th century physics: relativity, unified field theory and quantum mechanics.
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 A unified field theory attempts to bring these four forcemediating fields together into a single framework.
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 The road to the Unified Field Theory, the Theory of Everything, is littered with the corpses of failed attempts.
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 Classical unified field theories are attempts to create a unified field theory based on classical physics.
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 String theory is an attempt to explain these four forces using one single theory (or unified field theory).
 This was the start on his work on unified field theory as much later would become one of the key ideas within string theory.
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 Loop quantum gravity does not appear to link the electroweak and strong forces to gravity, and if so, it would fail as a unified field theory.
 A Unified Field Theory  A mathematical description of nature based on the geometry of SpaceTime.
 The general theory of relativity (the best model for gravity) would be included in a Unified Field Theory that would account for all force fields.
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 Einstein discussed his special and general theories of relativity and his work toward a unified field theory in a 1950 Scientific American article.
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 Einstein spent the latter part of his life searching for such a unified field theory, but was unsuccessful.
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 On March 30, 1953, Einstein released a revised unified field theory.
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 It was an early effort to formulate a unified field theory of gravity, electromagnetism, and matter.
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 Hilbert's endeavors must be looked upon as a forerunner of a unified field theory of gravitation and electromagnetism.
 At the time, there existed some hope that a unified field theory for gravitation, electromagnetism, and the “electron field” was in reach.
 Articles on gravitation, cosmology, unified field theory, particle physics, and general systems.
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 Unified field theory  A theory describing all four fundamental forces and all of matter within a single framework.
 In modern physics, the most often studied fields are those that model the four fundamental forces which one day may lead to the Unified Field Theory.
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 The Unified Theory of Mathematical Physics or the Unified Field Theory attempts to explain the four fundamental forces in terms of one single unified force.
 Albert Einstein famously spent the last two decades of his life searching for a Unified Field Theory.
 This was pursued as the basis for some of Albert Einstein 's later unsuccessful attempts at a unified field theory.
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 Einstein spent many years working on a unified field theory that would incorporate all known types of fields and particles, but all his attempts failed.
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 But Einstein was primarily interested in what he called "Unified field theory," which meant the unification of gravity with electromagnetism.
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 The Unified Theory of Mathematical Physics or the Unified Field Theory is a high level branch of physics.
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