Motivation: I was wondering if by any chance gravity could not be a "non-force", but instead be a residual of all other forces that is generated when you put together a bunch of particles with slight imbalances.
Actual question: So I was considering how well the strong nuclear force go to zero and becomes negligible over large distances. Could a lot of nucleons put together not amount to an actual measurable attractive force (which isn't gravity)?
And specially if anyone has calculated the intensity of this. I tried some googling to no avail.