Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
February 13, 2019
In the standard model of physics there are numerous fields including the quantum field, electric and magnetic fields, fields of photons and neutrinos, the cosmic microwave background emitting field, the gravitational field, and the Higgs field. In an idealized theory of everything we should expect there to be only one truly fundamental field. In this paper it is shown that each of the other fields can be accounted for as properties of the quantum field. The quantum field is the only true fundamental field needed in an idealized theory of everything.