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Offline Expectant_Philosopher

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Can the Weak Force be a measurement of the intensity of the bending of space?  When there is little bending of space then we measure the Weak Force as "weak", but if we were to find a variance, showing the Weak Force as "strong", could that variance be due to the intensity of the bending of space?  If this were true then the Weak Force and gravity would have strong correlation with each other.  The Weak Force might serve a purpose to keep the inertial frame normal to the spatial surface.


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