Interesting, thank you. As per number three? Well I'll try to answer as best I can.
First of all strength, might, force I would generally say is not to do with my Aikido but would qualify that as brute strength, might, force.
Secondly I would say that those things are generally equated with physical and include such energy as aggression etc. So once again I would say it's not my Aikido.
Thirdly as far as ueshiba goes I would say that before the war he too was employing that way of thinking to a large extent although continually seeking that 'something else' I would also say that before the war he sometimes showed that something else but was yet to fully grasp it.
Now after the war and more importantly after his realization regarding true budo I would say his whole view on power changed. Thus I would say what looked like force and strength and might was now no longer such and he himself would spend the next x amount of years trying to communicate and teach such.
OK, in answer to that, go back and re-read Dan's first post in this thread and let us know how you think that compares to what you just posted above.