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    Default How many forces are there on the earth?



    I was thinking about shear forces acting on beams and friction forces acting on fluids... then about friction forces on air particles which revolve around us in the atmosphere.. so i wondered; how many forces are the on the earth?

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    Default Re: How many forces are there on the earth?

    4 - weak force, strong force, gravity and electromagnetism.

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    Default Re: How many forces are there on the earth?

    Hi Dave! This thread is over ten years old, so a safe bet the OP has found an answer by now or completely lost interest.

    Please check out the section on old thread revival here: Astronomy Forum Rules and Terms of Service - Part One, The Legal Stuff
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