Grand Unified Theory
- noun a mathematical representation linking the four fundamental forces, electromagnetic, gravitational, strong and weak, that has been theorised but not yet achieved
- A theory describing a single force which would result from the unification of the four fundamental forces of nature, which are the gravitational force, the weak force, the electromagnetic force, and the strong force. Also called Unified-field Theory (1).
- acronym GUT
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