The weakest of the fundamental forces is gravitational force. It is the force described as the attraction of masses to one another as a function of distance. Thor is the god of gravity and the material world we know. Thor is all thunder and might, but also the guardian of mankind.
Ironically, the force we call weak is much, much more powerful than gravitational force. The weak force is described by its ability to transform an up quark to a down quark, or vice versa. There are three kinds of quarks, ups and downs and strange. Quarks determine whether beta decay will be positive or negative as atoms move toward their optimal state. Apparently strangeness is one of those cutting edge aspects of physics that science hasn’t quite yet figured out. However, it’s clear that the weak force is transformational. Karma is the weak fundamental force, the force of action, the force of cause and effect.
Electromagnetic force is described as the interaction between charged particles and driver of nearly all the phenomena encountered in daily life (other than gravity). For humans, it is the creator, the sustainer of life on earth, the force that holds our molecules together and makes our bodies function. It drives the processes of the biosphere that sustains us. For us, this is the force of Sοl, the sun.
The strong force is that to which the strength of all others is compared and is given the value symbol of unity (1). It is described as that which binds nuclear components together; it underlies all interactions between particles. It is 100 times stronger than electromagnetic force, a million times stronger than the weak force, and so far stronger than gravity (x1039) that our guardian god of thunder and might has no effect on it at all. Science is only beginning to really understand this force, but it is clearly a force of unity. It is a force that drives subatomic particles toward one another, and its strength increases as particles grow more distant from one another, nearly the antithesis of gravity. This is the force of love: not carnal love, not humanism, not even paganism.
This is the god that has no name, just as there is no adequate definition for love, the love of being, of all life, of mankind, of the cosmos. The love gods of our mythologies tend to be carnal gods. The closest human symbols I could find via an admittedly perfunctory search were deities associated with social harmony, or paganism. Perhaps the ability to describe this god with symbols is beyond us. Some particles feel this force and respond to it. Others cannot.
Gravity holds us to the earth, the material substrate upon which our lives depend. The further we away from that substrate, the weaker this force is. If we move too far away from our roots in the earth, we perish.
Karma, action, cause and effect, aspects of the so-called weak force, have transformational power.
Sol gives us life. Enough said.
The strongest force of all is a force that drives those who feel it toward unity. Feel the force, feel the love, the capacity to do so is there within you.