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Why is gravitational force less powerful than coulomb force?

Why is gravitational force less powerful than coulomb force?
I know that the theoretical reason is the value of G=6.67*10^-11 ….but what is the practical theory be

hind it and how did coulomb stumble upon such a cryptic formula?

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