Edward Leedskalnin bases his unified field theory on detailed observations he made from direct experimentation with magnetism and electricity. Leedskalnin identifies a unipolar magnetic particle, the individual North and South pole magnet, as the prime subatomic carrier of energy, and sets out to disprove the theory of the electron along with what he considers, the weak foundations of modern atomic theory. He provides evidence for his more sound base of understanding by demonstrating the results of over fifty experiments. He insists the implications will impact all branches of science because they all lack a sound base.
Leedskalnin presents his findings in pamphlets and markets them in newspaper advertisements during the 1940’s and 1950’s, prefacing his Great Work with a shrewd warning — Don’t bother buying the writings if you don’t plan on doing the experiments. The writings and experiments are available here.