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The Logic and Fundamental Concepts of the Grand Unified Theory

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The grand unified theory (GUT) originated in mathematics with this question: why are there long standing unsolved problems in mathematics, e.g., Fermat’s conjecture (also known as Fermat’s last theorem (FLT))? The answer came quickly: its underlying fields—foundations and the real number system—are defective. In particular, formal logic is inapplicable to mathematics (language of science) and the real number system is inconsistent. Critique-rectification of these fields was undertaken leading to a new mathematical methodology and the consistent new real number system that provides the main mathematics of GUT. Similar question was posed in physics: why are there long standing problems, e.g., the gravitational n-body and turbulence problems? The answer: the present methodology, quantitative modeling is inadequate and the remedy is a new methodology—qualitative mathematics and modeling that solved these problems and provided the initial formulation of GUT. This paper presents the basic logic of GUT and its fundamental concepts, particularly, the superstring or fundamental building block of matter.

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E. Escultura, "The Logic and Fundamental Concepts of the Grand Unified Theory," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 4 No. 8A, 2013, pp. 213-222. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2013.48A021.

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