Theory of everything
The Unified Field Theory
The scientific world has big battles to explain the nature world. We can explain many things, but the problem of new questions arises. The biggest battle to tackle in the latest theoretical world is to connect everything together. We know the laws of the biggest objects from Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton. The laws that govern the very big such as the galaxies, stars, planets and the way they are explained through the theory of relitivety. And, we know how the laws of the smallest objects from Albert Einstein and Max Planck. Quantum mechanics explains the microscopic particles such as atoms, electrons, photons, etc. but we don’t know how to connect these 2 together.
When you look at them individually, they make sense but what physicists are trying to do now is connect these two. This would explain the present, the past all the way to the moment of the Big Bang to the end of the universe. If you read any book or watch any History Channel program about one subject or the other, quantum mechanics and Einstein’s theory of relativity becomes apparent after a certain amount of research. They make sense on their own but connecting them seems like science fiction. Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist at the city college of New York, has said that he wants an equation the size of an inch that explains everything.
My hobby involves massive amounts of reading and watching videos. Here is a classic that I hope you will enjoy. Michio Kaku explains the universe in a nutshell.