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Could the laws governing the fundamental forces of nature be inferred from some basic and simple assumptions?

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The fundamental forces of nature include Gravity, Electromagnetism, and so on. The laws governing these basic forces of nature are typically conclusions based on repeated scientific experiments and observations over many years and which have become accepted universally within the scientific communities. Mathematically and based on the principle of general covariance, the laws governing the fundamental forces are usually expressed in terms of tensor fields.

Now the question is: "why do the fundamental forces acting on the universe (which cause all the movements and interactions) manifest in the way, shape, and form they do?", and  "could the laws governing the fundamental forces of nature be inferred (uniquely) from some basic and simple assumptions?"

Closed as per community consensus as the post is twice the same question
asked Sep 16, 2016 in Closed Questions by PJ [ no revision ] 1 flag
recategorized Sep 16, 2016 by Dilaton

This is an exact duplicate of this question, which is more appropriate for chat.





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