Sunday, August 30, 2015

The Four Fundamental Forces of Physics


As we study the history of the world, we discover that everything began with the Big Bang. It was from this act that the universe was formed and expanded, and the four fundamental forces of physics were established. These forces put into motion the laws that govern protons, neutrons and created the elements. Galaxies and stars were formed and all life on planet Earth was a result.

The Big Bang occurred in a fraction of one second: 10-43 seconds, By 10-6 seconds after
the Big Bang, the four fundamental forces of physics were in operation.

Check out the video series below from SciShow to learn more about the four fundamental forces of physics.

The four fundamental forces of physics are as follows:


  •  Strong Nuclear
  • Weak Nuclear
  • Electromagnetism
  • Gravity




Four Fundamental Forces of Physics Links



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