Force of nature
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A force of nature is a natural phenomenon that humans cannot control.
In physics, there are four fundamental forces.
Force of Nature, as a legal term, may refer to:
- An event outside of human control for which no one can be held responsible, also known as an Act of God
Force of Nature, in entertainment, may refer to:
- "Force of Nature" (song), a song by the British rock band Oasis
- "Force of Nature" (Star Trek: The Next Generation), an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation
- Force of Nature (Tank album), an album by American R&B artist Tank
- Force of Nature (Koko Taylor album)
- Force of Nature (comics), fictional team of supervillains in comic books published by Marvel Comics
- Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie (2010), a documentary about Canadian academic, science broadcaster and environmental activist David Suzuki
- "Force of Nature", a song by Pearl Jam from Backspacer
- "Force-a-Nature", a weapon in the video game Team Fortress 2
Forces of Nature (plural) may refer to:
- Forces of Nature, a 1999 American romantic comedy film
- Forces of Nature (2004 film), a wide-screen documentary about volcanoes, earthquakes, and tornadoes.
- Forces of Nature (album), an album by the American band Artension
- "Forces of Nature", the fourth episode of the third season of the series Teen Titans
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