Is the gravity force that pulls in stars into a black hole weaker than the strong nuclear force inside the nucleus of an atom?
- Jeffrey KLv 61 year ago
Gravity is usually much much weaker than the strong force, and all other forces. But when a star collapses, gravity gets stronger and stronger. It surpasses all other forces and becomes infinite at the singularity.
- Tom SLv 71 year ago
Yes, much so.
- 1 year ago
Yes. Gravity is the *weakest* of the 4 forces.
- L. E. GantLv 71 year ago
It's a matter of scale. The strong nuclear force is far greater than the gravitational pull between the nuclear particles.
However, when dealing with thingson a macro level, where black holes theoretically exist, gravity is strong enough to overcome all the other forces that exist.
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- aladdinwaLv 71 year ago
- CarolOklaLv 71 year ago
Yes. It IS weaker.
- SparkyLv 61 year ago
I would think gravity would be stronger as it doesn't have to be 'activated'
- MorningfoxLv 71 year ago
Outside the event horizon, the strong force is stronger. Inside, gravity gets stronger and stronger, eventually it is the stronger force.
- Anonymous1 year ago
regardless of what you think, 'black holes' are STILL just a theory ..................