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The Unified Geometrical Theory of Fields and Particles

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Wave-particle duality is a familiar concept in the theories of the fundamental processes. We have, for example, electromagnetic waves with the photon as the corresponding particle, gravitational waves with the graviton as the corresponding particle, and Dirac waves with the electron as the corresponding particle. All these theories are stand-alone theories having nothing in common. The outstanding problem is a unified theory of particles and fields. In this paper, we discuss a unified geometrical theory of fields and particles.

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A. Nduka, "The Unified Geometrical Theory of Fields and Particles," Applied Mathematics, Vol. 5 No. 3, 2014, pp. 347-351. doi: 10.4236/am.2014.53036.


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