Subject: why isn't gravity infinite?
Date: Tue Feb 21 18:02:38 2006
Posted by craig
Grade level: 10-12
City: Indianapolis State/Province: IN
Area of science: Physics
The equation for gravity implies that when two objects' centers of gravity are
0 distance from eachother, the gravity is infinite. However, when you put
something like a ball into something donut-shaped like a hula hoop, their
centers of gravity are 0 apart and yet you can still separate them. Why is
Re: why isn't gravity infinite?
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