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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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Science aims for such certainty, and among big ideas the fundamental theory of evolution is approaching it, with global warming some distance behind.
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His insight led to the current fundamental theory of fracture, which suggests that, because of the physical limits of energy transport through a material, a crack can't travel faster than the speed of sound on the material's surface.
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He has written many manuscripts on subjects related to solar physics and a fundamental theory to explain inertia.
The book does alert us to issues like the dependence of much of the material on children and adolescents coming from research using adults; the need for more longitudinal research; the current focus on descriptive rather than explanatory analysis; and the absence of an interconnectedness with fundamental theory and research on social, emotional, physical, cognitive and career development.
Temperatures across the world are not increasing as they should according to the fundamental theory behind global warming--the greenhouse effect.
Though Breuil was the father of prehistoric studies, his fundamental theory that the paintings were a form of hunting magic was wrong-headed; the people of the caves lived primarily on reindeer, an animal rarely depicted in their art.
Chapters pair fundamental theory with the building blocks of applications, from surveying digital audio and video to continuous media applications.
Beroza maintains that the 1906 earthquake was a "watershed event" because it convinced geologists that the fundamental theory of how earthquakes work was, in fact, correct.
This edition contains a more complete treatment of the fundamental theory, including three-dimensional effects; more emphasis on widely used materials, such as textile composites; and a presentation and discussion of failure theories and their applicability.

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