As explained in posts 21, 23, 24 and 25, both gravitation and electromagnetic interaction are bound endogenously by C=T/M x E/S, a concept derived from Einstein’s E=MCC (see also posts 6, 13 and 14).
An increase of the distance between an electron and the nucleus it orbits is accompanied by an increase of energy and mass and by time-delay: the electron’s attraction towards the nucleus increases (C=T+/M+ x E+/S+).
A decrease of the distance between an electron and the nucleus it orbits is accompanied by a decrease of energy and mass and by time-acceleration: the electron’s attraction towards the nucleus decreases (C=T-/M- x E-/S-).
The processes between quarks, described as QCD’s confinement and asymptotic freedom, can be described endogenously as follows.
Confinement: if quarks happen to get away from each other, this results in a reaction which is a process of decreasing energy, increasing mass, time-delay and decreasing distance (C=T+/M+ x E-/S-).
Asymptotic freedom: if quarks happen to get closer to each other, this results in a reaction which is a process of increasing energy, decreasing mass, time-acceleration and an increasing distance (C=T-/M- x E+/S+).
The weak interaction makes it possible for elementary particles such as quarks and electrons to exchange energy, mass and charge, like electromagnetic interactions, but then on a much smaller scale.
I suggest the possibility that not only gravitation and electromagnetic interaction, but also the strong and weak interactions are bound endogenously by C=T/M x E/S.
For gravitation and strong interactions this means C=T+/M+ x E-/S- or C=T-/M- x E+/S+.
For electromagnetic and weak interactions this means C=T+/M+ x E+/S+ or C=T-/M- x E-/S-.
The consequence of my suggestion is that gravitation, electromagnetic interaction and the strong and weak interactions are endogenously compatible with each other.