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If gravitational force is =G(m1 m2)/d^2 ,we r standing on earth and all solids are packed tightly by atoms .in all these cases the distance is 0 so the

force is infinity then why they dont collapes into a black hole?
but when force by formula becomes infinity
infinite force would collapes into a black hole or somethin?
idk -_- certainly there is not infinity out here
thats my question
yeah but...


Coz.distance is measured from center of mass and not mere the particles ,hope it helped

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