What does the standard model have to say about the relationship between the total mass-energy of the universe and the characteristics of forces and force-carrier particles?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

That is, if the total mass-energy were different, would the nature, strength, … of the forces and force-carrier particles be different?

Alternatively, would the nature of forces and particles be different at this point in time if the total mass-energy density of the universe were different at this point in time?

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# Total mass-energy v nature of forces, particles

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