What Are Force Fields, What Does It Mean?

What Are Force Fields, What Does It Mean?

July 2, 2021 Off By Felso

One of the forms of being of matter. One of the innumerable forms of existence of matter is the field. Metaphysical and idealist teachings, unaware that the term “matter” is a philosophical concept, have sought a first substance in nature for centuries. This is like putting aside the apple, pear and quince and looking for fruit in nature. How apple, pear, quince etc. If there is no such thing as fruit itself in nature other than forms of existence such as; solid, liquid gas, plasma, field etc. There is no such thing as matter itself in nature, apart from such forms of existence. The field is material. It is intangible, invisible, and inaudible, but it shows its presence. For example, a magnetic field manifests itself by directing the compass needle along the lines of force, saying ‘I am here’ in a rough but accurate way.

Contemporary physics has so far identified three types of fields: gravitational (gravitational), electrical (electromagnetic), and nuclear (nuclear). These three fields are called force fields (the fourth force, the weak force (radioactivity, dispersion force of the nucleus) combined with the electromagnetic force and became the electroweak force. N.). Of these three fields, the electrical field has been duly studied, analyzed and put into the service of humanity. Although the nuclear field has not been properly studied yet, it is at the service of humanity in atomic-powered factories, nuclear-powered ships, indicators of sensitive vehicles and cobalt guns used in the treatment of bad tumors. Massive gravitational fields, on the other hand, have not been solved yet and have not been worked on (Because there is no such thing as a gravitational field or particle, the gravitational field or its particles consist of the electromagnetic field and its particles. N.). Force fields have not yet revealed all their secrets, because the material conditions for them to reveal their secrets are not yet ready.