I recently read the proton has an outward force of 10e35 Pascals with an equal inward force containing it. Can this be true?
There is nothing that would need fine tuning to be balanced.To have that EXACTLY balanced as in the current model is a stretch for me.
It is, and to a good approximation it acts the same on all quarks in a nucleus.Isn't the strong nuclear force a description of the binding force holding the nucleus together? Does it apply equally to the components of the nucleus?
Mediating between what?Don't we need a mediating force?
Well, I was going on the content of wikipedia [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strong_interaction] which says the force holding the quarks together is the strong nuclear force, which is mediated by gluons.Four nanometers is not a scale you'll see anywhere in connection with the strong interaction. There is nothing that would need fine tuning to be balanced.It is, and to a good approximation it acts the same on all quarks in a nucleus.Mediating between what?
That is correct but I don't see the connection to your previous question about "a mediating force". The strong interaction is mediated by gluons. Gluons are not a force, they are force carriers (similar to the photon).
Every interaction ("force") has.Every quantum field has mediating particles as force carriers, does it not?