fundamental interaction

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Synonyms for fundamental interaction

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

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I noted earlier, however, that when it comes to the problem of unifying all four forces of nature through a theory of quantum gravity, physics does face the prospect of probing inside the Planck-scaled "box," and thus encountering the sub-Planckian pandemonium so dreaded by objectivist ontology.
hyperspace theory allows the possibility of explaining the four forces of nature as well as the seemingly random collection of subatomic particles in a truly elegant fashion.
unifying all the four forces of nature into a single one.
Even physicists admit that the four forces of nature (interactions) are negotiated by the exchange of a particle that acts as a kind of information.
The lumpiness might, however, offer insight into exactly how the four forces of nature became unified, while contrasting theories on how clusters of quarks formed protons and other particles collectively known as hadrons.