The Theory of Everything
In 1865, Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell opened the door to modern physics with a field theory that unified electricity, magnetism, and light. A half-century later, Einstein’s relativity theories rendered the platform of existence – spacetime – as irreducible. The quest for the unification of Nature continued over the next century. The theory of everything was solved only by enshrining entanglement as the lynchpin mechanism. Physics theories affirm existence as an interwoven fabric.