fundamental interaction

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(physics) the transfer of energy between elementary particles or between an elementary particle and a field or between fields

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5x10-44 seconds), we need to unify all four fundamental forces into one mathematical model.
Recall that Hawking and Weinberg's hope for a final theory of physics rests on the presumption that there are only four fundamental forces in nature.
Over four programmes, we look at four fundamental forces that have shaped the planet through time: volcanoes, the atmosphere, the oceans and ice.
Three decades ago, adequate theories were first developed for three of the four fundamental forces of nature: the so-called "strong" and "weak" nuclear forces, which operate on subatomic scales, and the electromagnetic force, which is responsible for most of what we experience in everyday life: chemistry, biology, and technology (non-nuclear).
The universe is held together by the four fundamental forces of gravitation, electromagnetism, the weak force, and the strong nuclear force.
This will account for, in one theorem, the four fundamental forces of nature: gravity, electromagnetism, nuclear weak and nuclear strong.
There are four fundamental forces in physics; none of them can produce healing auras.
In a similar vein, the author offers a cramped view when he argues that writing down the equations for the four fundamental forces of matter on a single sheet of paper means that "amazingly enough, all physical knowledge at a fundamental level can be derived from this one sheet of paper.
There are no instant, ready formulas for ensuring success, but I think it is very clear that four fundamental forces will drive those corporations that thrive into the next decade and the next century.
In today's global economy, there are four fundamental forces in collision.
A special 31-page Teacher's Guide explores current theories, nature's four fundamental forces, the essence of strings, extra dimensions, and more.
There are four fundamental forces in the universe - the strong force, the weak force, the electromagnetic force and the gravitational force.
Basically, four fundamental forces are maintaining the balance of this universe i.