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# What is the strongest force on the earth?

Asked by Howie, Last updated: May 22, 2024

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#### amyspecialist

Amyspecialist

Answered Mar 18, 2020

There are strongest force which are known:

1. The strong nuclear force

2. The electromagnetic force

3. The weak nuclear force, and

4. Gravity

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#### carlansau

Carlansau

Answered Nov 15, 2019

I think the strong nuclear force is the strongest force on the earth.

#### john Lincoln

John Lincoln

Answered Nov 04, 2019

The net force must be inversely proportional to a higher component other than squared such as gravity but changes as you get farther away and no longer attracts but pushes.

#### Anika Nicole

Content Writer, Teacher

Anika Nicole, Wordsmith, PG In Journalism, New York

Answered Nov 23, 2018

I think the strongest force on the earth is the strong nuclear force. Although there are four types of fundamental forces -

1. The strong nuclear force

2. The electromagnetic force

3. The weak nuclear force, and

4. Gravity

Out of these four, the weakest one is gravity and the strongest fundamental force is the strong nuclear force; it is 100 times stronger than the electromagnetic force.

#### J. Emmerich

J. Emmerich, Web Content Writer, New York City

Answered Sep 20, 2018

A gravitational force is the attractive force between two separate bodies. Gravity is related to mass so the more significant the mass, the greater the gravitational force it exerts on other objects. Also, the gravitational force of an object is dependent on distance. Gravity is where all things with mass or energy-including planets, stars, galaxies, and even light are brought toward one another. Another strong force on this earth is the nuclear force.

A strong nuclear force is what keeps the positively charged protons so close together in the nucleus of the atom. It is harnessed in atomic weapons, and to generate electrical energy in nuclear power plants. Force is an entity that pushes or pulls on a mass. Nuclear forces are only observable inside the nucleus of an atom as it holds protons and nucleons together.

#### jere_vainio

Jere_vainio

Answered Dec 27, 2017

How about the momentum of earth orbiting? Will that count as a terrestial force?

#### John Adney

John Adney

Answered May 09, 2017

Gravity is the strongest force as not even a single creature can disobey the laws of gravity.

#### THE_TRUTH

THE_TRUTH, THRUTH-VILLE

Answered Apr 30, 2017

That my friend is incorrect.
By law, nuclear energy would have a greater effect, but the truth is that electomagnetic is the strongest for nuclear energy is triggered by electro-magnum ions.

#### Howland

There are four forces on earth strong nuclear, weak nuclear, gravitation and electromagnetic force. Among them strong nuclear force is the strongest.

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