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Rodriguez Nunez., j. (2015). The New Theory of Everything.. PHILICA.COM Observation number 92.

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The New Theory of Everything.

joan manuel rodriguez nunez. Rodriguez Nunez.unconfirmed user (None., American Global University)

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This theory unifies both gravitational field, but gives us a theoretical concept of how the universe can be correlated, hence universal dependability stems from the fact that unifies all existing theories, particularly Einstein’s general relativity and the theory severity dynamics tesla, and among others.

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This theory unifies both gravitational field, but gives us a theoretical concept of how the universe can be correlated, hence universal dependability stems from the fact that unifies all existing theories, particularly Einstein’s general relativity and the theory severity dynamics tesla, and among others.

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This Observation was published on 28th April, 2015 at 00:47:24 and has been viewed 3234 times.

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Rodriguez Nunez., j. (2015). The New Theory of Everything.. PHILICA.COM Observation number 92.


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