Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
November 22, 2016
quantum gravity, QED, QCD, graviton, color charge, magnetic color, Big Bang, inflation, matter, antimatter, Dirac Sea
In the twentieth century, physics was divided into two major parts; classical physics and modern physics. Modern physics includes relativity and quantum mechanics. In recent decades, physics has encountered numerous problems and unanswered questions. The problems and unanswered questions are related to the particle physics and astrophysics. Since particle physics is beyond the classical mechanics and Newton's universal gravitational laws has replaced by general relativity, physicists are trying to solve the physics problems in the context of modern physics or to think the beyond of the modern physics while they have not cared classical physics. Some physicists believe that by combining general relativity and quantum mechanics, these problems may be resolved and the unanswered questions will be answered.