Do all mass - energy interactions give rise to all forces?

Do all mass - energy interactions give rise to all forces?

Postby Guest » Thu Jul 02, 2020 1:53 pm

Or do all forces give rise to all mass (matter) - energy interactions over space and over time?

Relevant Reference Link:

'The Four Fundamental Forces of Nature',

https://www.clearias.com/four-fundamental-forces-of-nature/#:~:text=The%20Four%20Fundamental%20Forces%20of%20Nature%20are%20Gravitational%20force%2C%20Weak,the%20level%20of%20subatomic%20particles..
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Re: Do all mass - energy interactions give rise to all force

Postby HallsofIvy » Fri Jul 31, 2020 3:51 pm

I am puzzled by this. You ask whether "energy interactions" give rise to "forces" or if "forces" give rise to "energy interactions" give rise to forces. Then you have a link to an article on the "four fundamental forces" that says nothing at all about "energy interactions"!

(I am not clear what you mean by "energy interactions". I know what energy is but what kind of interactions do you mean?)

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Re: Do all mass - energy interactions give rise to all force

Postby Guest » Thu Aug 06, 2020 2:51 pm

HallsofIvy wrote:I am puzzled by this. You ask whether "energy interactions" give rise to "forces" or if "forces" give rise to "energy interactions" give rise to forces. Then you have a link to an article on the "four fundamental forces" that says nothing at all about "energy interactions"!

(I am not clear what you mean by "energy interactions". I know what energy is but what kind of interactions do you mean?)


Hmm. What causes a change (chemical, kinetic, nuclear, etc.) in or about a physical object/particle or mass? It is apparent that the probable cause is a force. But that force is energy/power driven by a source.

Example: Force = mass * acceleration. Force is the dependent variable, and mass (a form of energy) and acceleration are the independent variables. Force is energy/power applied to a physical object (mass, particle, etc) to cause acceleration of that object. Right?

What about acceleration? That depends on how much energy/power is applied to an object (mass, particle, etc.) to overcome its current inertia (resistance to change)

In short, energy-mass interactions gives rise to the four known forces of nature.
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Re: Do all mass - energy interactions give rise to all force

Postby Guest » Thu Aug 06, 2020 2:54 pm

Nothing happens or exists without energy.
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Re: Do all mass - energy interactions give rise to all force

Postby Guest » Thu Aug 06, 2020 3:17 pm

Energy interactions are about energy transfers/exchange/etc. between a source and an object or another source...
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Re: Do all mass - energy interactions give rise to all force

Postby Guest » Thu Aug 06, 2020 4:54 pm

What's wonderful, useful, and interesting about mass-energy interactions is the work they create, change, or destroy. And often associated with work is a goal or objective or purpose. Work can be seen as a useful form of energy but not always (think entropy or energy loss or energy not available for useful work, i.e. heat).

A Fundamental Equation on How Our Universe Works:

[tex]W_{ork } = M_{ass } + E_{nergy }[/tex].

What is the ultimate goal of the Universe?
Please consult Lord GOD.

My guess is the Universes works to achieve perfection eternally.
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Re: Do all mass - energy interactions give rise to all force

Postby Guest » Thu Aug 06, 2020 5:02 pm

"My guess is the Universe works to achieve perfection eternally."
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Re: Do all mass - energy interactions give rise to all force

Postby Guest » Thu Aug 06, 2020 8:38 pm

Nature (the working Universe) is quantized and extremely clever (wave-particle duality). And it has many or infinitely many working parts from the smallest sub-particles to the largest galaxies or sub-universes.

Moreover, Nature is interconnected or interdependent (think energy and think entanglement).
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