A Unified Theory Of Physics
|Title||A Unified Theory Of Physics|
|Author(s)||Thomas G Barnes|
|Journal||Creation Research Society Quarterly|
Einstein's primary aim in physics was to develop a unified field theory. It is now eighty years since Einstein introduced relativity. Modern physics still has no unified field theory. This paper shows problems with relativity and quantum theory. It proposes novel adaptations of classical physics as a means of achieving a unification of physics. The four basic types of forces in modern physics are reduced to only one kind of force, the electromagnetic force.