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Posted by Jimmy Of York on November 11, 1999 20:45:30 UTC

say you had an EXTREMELY dense planet, and you hollowed out a sphere in the exact center, and put a ball in the middle, could the gravity of the outside of the planet rip the ball apart into infinately many pieces? assuming the gravity on all sides of the ball was equal...

is this right?

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