So I have come to a conclusion regarding the weakness of gravity, but i myself am uneducated when it comes to the theory of relativity, so I will just go ahead and state 1 example and my suspected reason gravity is so weak. We know that a 1cm spherical magnet can break the force of gravity when a paperclip is lifted from the ground via a magnet. I also know gravity is directly tied in with matter, more matter will affect matter itself, so if there was a constant force measurability I.E. power amongst a force- How much "gravity (or matter currently spread out)" is needed to combat any other of the 4 forces at comparison. That is the question, now i'm thinking it would be an argument between superconductivity conditions of electrical magnetism, or with the nuclear forces how much gravity is needed to actually affect a nuclear property.