A Force Weaker Than Gravity?
Just thinking aloud a question that’s been ringing in my head recently. Gravity is the weakest force that we know of. In flapping its tiny wings, a fly easily overcomes the gravitational pull of this gigantic earth that we inhabit. A massive airplane can carry hundreds of people on board as it cruises the skies.
But what is it that makes gravity so weak? I think the secret lies in the gravitational constant. What if there’s a force out there whose constant(s) make it so weak that we just haven’t experienced its direct effects yet? A force weaker than gravity?
Could the Higgs field be a candidate for what I’m thinking about?
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