Okay so I'm under the understanding that the way gravitation works is that each object warps the space around itself, and essentially objects caught in the warping are "falling" towards the object with the bigger warp in the center. So my question is, how do objects that are complete clones of each other, that have the same mass and everything, fall towards eachother? Wouldn't the space warps almost make a "mountain" of space between the two, like tectonic plates moving towards each other, and the objects would actually end up repulsing each other? Or as they near each other would their warps combine and just form a big bowl which the both of them fall towards each other at the same rate? Also, is there a distance at which gravitation will have a negligible effect? Or is the warping of spacetime seemingly infinite, decreasing it's slope infintessimally? Thank you for your answer, also please correct me if I have any misconceptions about how gravity and the warping of space works, and if space actually warps the same as if a mass was placed on a fabric?