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Narayanan KR

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By Classic Coulomb's Law there exists negligible yet non zero force of attraction between two unlike charges in-spite of the distance.

However for electrostatic attraction to work we need at-least one Faraday Tube(Lines of Forces) between the attracting charges, does that means,

1.A single positive charge is connected to all other negative charge in the universe via Line(s) of Forces and vice versa

2. A count of number of flux lines leaving a positive charge will give number of negative charges in the universe, but such will be an Infinite number, then why Gauss's formula gives a finite number of flux lines for a given charge ?

3. With number of flux lines of a charge being constant there will be many possible pairs of unlike charges in the universe that are completely isolated from each other and have exact zero coulumb's force between them.