The physical standard model is used to date to explain microscopic structure of nature on a more or less phenomenological basis. In this article, three principal approaches of physics are compared, which are foundational for classical theoretical physics of the 20th century: The General Relativity of Einstein, the theory of Rainich, which uses the Einstein-Maxwell equations, a first unification of phsics, and the Einsten-Cartan-Evans theory of Myron Evans. The latter unifies classical and quantum physics. The discussed methods take us beyond the standard model. Special focus is set to the known Einstein-Maxwell equations, for which a novel solution scheme was developed by Bruchholz. Consistently, quantities of elementary particles can be predicted on base of a classical theory.
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