There are four fundamental forces in the cosmos. Why are they important?
The universe is ruled by four fundamental forces.
We have the electromagnetic force, which lights up our cities.
It’s responsible for light bulbs, televisions, radio and the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Then we have gravity, which holds the Sun together, it holds the Solar System together and keeps your feet on the ground. Then we have the two nuclear forces, the weak force governs radioactive decay, and the strong force holds the protons and nucleons together.
Together they comprise all the forces known about the universe.
An incredibly small force, it causes the ejection of subatomic particles and transformation of an element. This force results in phenomena such as beta decay. Electromagnetism
Controls the electromagnetic spectrum, from radio waves to gamma rays. This force ensures the interactions between electric forces. Gravity
An attractive force with the farthest reach. Gravity is what keeps the planets orbiting the Sun and keeps our feet planted firmly on the surface of the Earth. Strong
The force that keeps neutrons and protons bound together, it's considered to be the strongest among the four forces.