We know that there are four (fundamental forces) fundamental interactions of nature, this Wikipedia.
I'm curious about if we can speculate that there exists a place of the space-time in which, after some events have occurred (and we ask about what can be these conditions), for each mass in such a location we can assume that (our mass) it is only subjected/constrained to gravitational interaction, that is thus the other three forces are disconnected. That is, a place of the Universe in which I can presume that the only connected interaction on my mass is the gravity: the other forces are disconnected (on my mass).
I am looking a place/region of our Universe, and thus that was created by nature* after some event have occurred in such place.
Is such speculation feasible in the nature of our Universe? What event should occur in a space-time location that would make it possible for each mass located at that point experimenting the gravitational forces, but the other three forces to be disconnected (there isn't electromagnetism, nor weak/strong forces)?
*I don't say in a laboratory (if such an experiment that I evoke can be performed in a laboratory).