Well see, I am wondering what is truly applying the force when we say the electromagnetic force. Electrons and protons attract, thus opposite charges attract. But what is being applied on the electrons and protons to have that attraction? Is it external or internal?
Do electrons have that property to be negative, and what makes them so?
More broadly, what in actuality supplements the need for conditions? The universe can't be what it just is unless there are infinitely many universes. And then the universes (or a multiverse system) must have influences on one another to generate the rule that no universe can be the same. Yet we must therefore assume the irrationality of the statement and come to terms that there must be conditions for the said number of universes. And it goes on and on and on. That is such a circular, irrational perspective on actuality that I just will not come to terms with.
So I am not willing to accept the way forces are said to be "forces" in that they externally act, as if the idea that separate beings will mean there to be forces.
This just cannot be accepted unless the four fundamental forces of nature were once bound, which is said to be so I suppose. Otherwise where would the forces be if not in the singularity where the forces can only exist as properties.
I am just a little confused with this. If all matter was held in a singularity, what do you call the matter? What do you call the energy for that matter? It cannot be the same as today. If the universe is expanding does that not imply that the forces of nature are internal properties?
Unless there is a detail that can be noticed in the inflation of space-time whenever a force comes to be external and not a property (when it separates), but still, somehow tied to specific forms of matter.
A way to prove this would be to examine the shape of the sudden inflation of the universe in the first very very brief amount of time. If it occurs in sort of ripples then that should suggest something. And now there seems to be this emergent property of dark energy causing this sudden ever more expansion of the universe. Has anybody noticed the x^3 relationship in the shape of the expansion? Like the universe would eventually fall back on itself antiparallely.