According to McCutcheon's Expansion Theory, when we consider the singular phenomenon of expanding matter, we can explain all four fundamental forces of nature without having to invent separate forces, energies, abstractions or complexities, also resolving chronic mysteries and paradoxes in our science. This article, however, comes with the caveat that such a basic overview of Expansion Theory cannot do justice to the book, as it bypasses all detailed discussions and further topics that McCutcheon has covered to support the theory. Although snap judgments and easy dismissals are justifiable temptations with most alternate theories, familiarization with Expansion Theory is highly recommended at this critical time where informed discussions are imperative when such a compelling new theory arrives -by all appearances a truly viable candidate for the Theory of Everything.
You may be surprised at how much more accessible, comprehensible and verifiable Expansion Theory can be, compared with the other seven "theory of everything" candidates Michael Marshall reviewed in his New Scientist article. In fact, comparing these seven theories to Expansion Theory could turn out to be a very eye-opening exercise. We may very well have here a truly final Theory of Everything, though it remains for you to read, assess and pass judgment upon in a responsible and scientific manner. For a start, it does both highlight and resolve most of the mysteries and paradoxes inherent within Standard Theory, and for that alone we owe it to ourselves and to the future of our science to not dismiss Expansion Theory too hastily.
For further reading on Expansion Theory: http://www.thefinaltheory.com
Roland Michel Tremblay
Roland Michel Tremblay has asked that the following be added to this article in response to recent news (see my comment below):
My last article is precisely about the link you offered. I am unable to add comments to my article now, but if you could add these two links to this last article (not published on OpEdNews) on the page of my article about Expansion Theory, I would be grateful. It is extremely important that this information reaches out. Even standard science is finally coming around to the same conclusions, they are just unaware of the solution, and it is extremely simple: the atom and the electron are simply constantly expanding, and it explains everything. Physicists must be made aware:
Dark-Matter, Dark-Energy and the Big-Bang All Finally Resolved
Cosmology in Crisis (excerpt by Mark McCutcheon upon which the article above is based)