It has been put on hold for reasons I can't achieve to understand
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I even used bold text to underline the main point of my question.
Also, In the comment section, one guy is suggesting my question is a possible duplicate of this one:
What is the distance between two objects in space as a function of time, considering only the force of gravity? What does gravity have to do with electrics charges in this context? I know that some formulas are similar and in some scenarios the workings are similar, but they are completely different things.
Can I do something to improve my question?