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theory of everything

(TOE) A unified theory of all the fundamental interactions, elementary particles, and cosmology. A theory of everything will involve a model that accounts for both quantum mechanics and gravity. It is hoped that superstring theory will be developed into such a theory.
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The final theory so far expounded is that this was a "vendetta of maras against common criminals," Figueroa concluded.