sorath asks:

what is the limit of gravitation?

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> 60 days ago


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kitomi writes:
gravitation is a force which acts according to the mass of the particle. gravitation's mechanism is like curvature.According to Newton's universal law of gravitation it was considered as a force which acts at a distance mechanism was thought to be unknown but Einstein proved that gravity is a local force which acts nearby and he declared it's mechanism to be curvature.The best way to understand a curvature of gravity if you just imagine a foam sheet and then put an iron ball on it it will make a bend point on that sheet and now roll marbles near that curvature then you will observe that it is attracted toward the iron ball.Now if you will put a ball of more mass on it it will create more curvature.That's how the gravity works more the mass increases more it's limits increases.
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