Im speaking relatively naturally.
The whole physics debate in the other thread (as petty and bickery as it may be) made me feel like people might enjoy this debate.
First of all, in case you disagree, go find a magnet and get it to pick up a needle. That magnet just wtfpwnd the entire planets gravitational pull.
And yes, i mean the weakest force we know of, naturally, it would be sorta silly to debate things we have no ****ing clue about.
There is a BBC Horizon docu about it titled "Whats wrong with Gravity?" (great series btw, i also reccomend their episode Human 2.0) which you can go watch in case this interests you and you want to hear what the expoirts say about it.
I wont link you because of the foram rools, but its probably on any of the TV streaming sites you pirates use daily, at least it was on STC when i first saw it.
Anyhow, the theory is that the gravity we experience is some sort of spill from another universe which is adjacent to ours, and in their universe they have "real" gravity.
Lets see what you nutjobs turn this thread into.
EDIT: Yes i realize i should have said "Universe" in the title, not "Multiverse". I guess im too fond of the word.
it all depends on how you compare. yes the gravity force here on earth is fairly weak but compare gravity in a black hole and your not going to find anything stronger
Its beginning, my lols is beginning.
I thought this was common knowledge
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Gravity is acknowledged as the weakest force in the universe, true.
But why invoke a multiverse theory?
PS: I think there are some documentaries available for streaming from the BBC website directly. Not sure if that breaks the forum rules or not though.
PPS: Just checked the BBC UK website and they only have "highlights" of the show.
Gravitrons are composed of closed strings, that pass freeley between different Branes and dimensions, thus being dissipated.
Most other strings are fixed to Branes, so their force carriers seem stronger.
That is all.
Or unless you hate unification and have a hardon for Einstein, Gravity is caused by the geometric indentations caused by mass in space-time. But this interpretation is not nearly as popular as String Theory and it's derivations.
Multiverse has NOTHING to do it with it.
there is no discussion, Gravity is the weakest force in the universe, its not up for debate, there is no yes no or maybe, out of the 4 forces, its the weakest, its fact.
a fun thing to think is that while humans have measured the power of gravity, there is no solid indication (I will not use proof as it is a non scientific term) of WHAT it really is. theaory has it in two forms as mentioned above. what I like to think is just how many things have we "Measured" and are just aware of it's effects but not WHAT it really is.
"We will be lonley and ignorant, but dominant..."-Krauss
i still think gravity is the strongest, while the others may be stonger in general the potential power of gravity is virtually unlimited
*sigh* Reon you don't know what you're talking about are you?
Strength and range are different concepts. The strength of a force is compared over the same range [ie if you wanted to compare the strength of gravitational force against electromagnetic forces you would need to compare the effects of each force over the same distances.]
On the other hand the range of a force is the distance over which the force acts and is still detectable.
And Ramon was referring to the range of action of gravity, which acts from one end of the universe on objects on the other end. That is what he means by greatest range.
Gravity is pretty damn strong if you fall off a building.
I've been here before almost all of you.
Debate it all you want, gravity IS the weakest force in the universe.
as for multiverse... I don't want to bother thinking about that.
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