You forgot Gravity....
Actually, gravity is not a theory, it's understood as a component of general relativity, whereby it is explained as a consequence of the curvature of spacetime. The Newtonian concept of gravity is just an approximation.
It's useful to think of Newtonian Gravity as superseding Aristotlean Gravity, where gravity is thought of as a theory (but I suppose Aristotle sought to explain motion in general and not just gravity).
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