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March 2nd, 2017, 10:06 PM   #1
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What if gravity acted like magnetism?

I was recently reading a topic about: What if gravity acted like magnetism?

While I was studying about it, I come across the information which makes me little blunt about basic information.

My questions arise when I read "If you have a positive charge the first thing it does is repeal all the other positive charges around it and attract all the negative charges."

I this happens because of magnetism and the electric force? Is that true that they tend to cancel themselves out? And if it is true then what is the reason behind it?
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