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If something is an infinite distance away it cannot affect you, plain common sense.

Quote from: syhprum on 31/03/2019 12:22:28If something is an infinite distance away it cannot affect you, plain common sense.An object can't exist at infinite distance but there still zero effect of gravity for that object although there is not a place for it to obtain zero effect.So there is non-existence of gravity at a point in space" logically gravity decreases and that has an end which the smallest number i.e the zero" but where if space is infinite where is this point of non existence of gravity ?PS:"the smallest number" I don want to involve in negative numbers so I mean the zero.

Quote from: Yahya Sharif on 31/03/2019 12:45:49Quote from: syhprum on 31/03/2019 12:22:28If something is an infinite distance away it cannot affect you, plain common sense.An object can't exist at infinite distance but there still zero effect of gravity for that object although there is not a place for it to obtain zero effect.So there is non-existence of gravity at a point in space" logically gravity decreases and that has an end which the smallest number i.e the zero" but where if space is infinite where is this point of non existence of gravity ?PS:"the smallest number" I don want to involve in negative numbers so I mean the zero.What is the big deal, as the distance between particles tends towards infinity, gravity tends towards zero. Infinity is a conceptual number that can never be attained, so whilst g tends to zero between particles it is never reachable. Although your 64bit processor in your computer might think it has reached zero, which to all intents and purposes it has.