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When Neils Bohr shook hands with Werner Heisenberg what kind of force they exerted ? :P

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    Options: Gravitational Electromagnetic Nuclear Weak

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    The dominant force would be electromagnetic, as the electrons surrounding the atoms of each person's hand would repel eachother when in close vicinity. The gravitational force would still be exerted between each hand, but would be many many magnitudes less than the strength of the EM force.

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    the greatest force on earth - love

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    Or... Hidden answer e) love

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    Sexual attraction?

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    ............................. Hahaha.

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