As of 2019, the more formal name for particle physics, which is notably missing general relativity to achieve the theory of everything.
cds.cern.ch/record/799984/files/0401010.pdf The Making of the Standard Model by Steven Weinberg mentions three crucial elements that made up the standard model post earlier less generalized quantum electrodynamics understandings
- Advanced quantum field theory lecture by Tobias Osborne (2017)
- An Introduction to Tensors and Group Theory for Physicists by Nadir Jeevanjee (2011)
- Defining properties of elementary particles
- General relativity
- Grand Unified Theory
- Local symmetry
- Particle physics
- Quantum field theory
- Richard Feynman Quantum Electrodynamics Lecture at University of Auckland (1979)
- Theory of everything
- Weak interaction
- What does it mean that photons are force carriers for electromagnetism?
- Why do symmetries such as SU(3), SU(2) and U(1) matter in particle physics?
- Why do the electron and the proton have the same charge except for the opposite signs?