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In 1665, Sir Isaac Newton discovered gravity while sitting under a tree and watched an apple fall to the ground, he then came to the conclusion that the force that caused the apple to fall to the ground is the same force that causes the moon to orbit the earth

in 1820, Oersted discovered electromagnetism by accident because the electrical current of a battery would affect his compass. It also keeps the electrons within the atom

British physicist James Chadwick discovered that the nucleus of atoms contain neutrons in 1932. Shortly after this, Hungarian-American physicist Eugene Wigner suggested that the electromagnetic force is not involved in holding the nucleus together, and that there are two different nuclear forces.

The second weakest force behind gravity. it works on a short scale and is responsible for beta decay or radiation

Einsteins theory or relativity is that the law of physics are the same for all observers and the speed of light in a vacuum is the same for all observers

the branch of mechanics that deals with the mathematical description of the motion and interaction of subatomic particles, incorporating the concepts of quantization of energy, wave-particle duality, the uncertainty principle, and the correspondence principle.

one single equation to combine all 4 fundamental forces

the theory that tiny strings of energy vibrate and create everything but they are so small they can't be seen by a microscope.

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