ive recently been reading about the string theory and of course learned that it is attempting to unify the forces. for a while now i have had an idea that its unlikely that matter could actually have multiple quantum forces and by eliminating two potentially unnessecary forces (weak and strong nuclear forces)leaving electromagnet force (simple plus and negative) and einstiens conception of gravity might make this unification simpler... my reasoning for this is that maybe the atom is not structured like the typical conception... (proton,nuetron center, electron cloud)... take light photons for example, it is nuetral until a higher energy particle collides with it then it breaks into two oppositely charged particles. this little fact is what provoked my idea.... maybe the atom is actually just positive and negatively charged particles that are not structured as typically thought however they are intertwined, (nuetrons are just the fusion of the two particles). if atoms are indeed structured by an evenly distribution of particles then this hypothisezed "nuclear force" would not be nessecary would it? this is just a little idea i had and would like if anyone reading this could input there idea and other facts or problems with this because i would like to have this idea thouroughly discussed.. maybe someone can give me some ideas.. thx to those who respond.