The study of nature in search of truth is what we call science.
Every science we have becomes complete when it manages to meet all our reality. From the moment it becomes a failure, it ceases to be complete and the search for new knowledge to complete it becomes incessant.
The physical theories presented until the end of the 19th century were conceptualized by some renowned scientists as the “Theory of Everything”, because, for them, all physical phenomena could be explained by the knowledge of the present moment.
At the beginning of the 20th century, several scientists gave dynamism to knowledge, demonstrating that science was not stagnant.
All physics built up to the end of the 19th century became limited in the beginning of the 20th century, where the theory of relativity, quantum physics and nuclear physics were “born fervent” and “loaded” with new knowledge, giving rise to what we call Modern Physics .