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Can anyone help me on this?

If I have a very large ball (ball A) and a tiny ball (ball B) as such that ball B is attracted by the center of ball A, then theorically, if ball A is a perfect sphere I could expect ball B to start spinning on ball A and never stop as ball B won't have anywhere to rest on ball A. Am I right?

In fact, this would be the opposite of anti-gravity and by multiplying that force we could extract an energy that could eventually move an object.

If I have a very large ball (ball A) and a tiny ball (ball B) as such that ball B is attracted by the center of ball A, then theorically, if ball A is a perfect sphere I could expect ball B to start spinning on ball A and never stop as ball B won't have anywhere to rest on ball A. Am I right?

In fact, this would be the opposite of anti-gravity and by multiplying that force we could extract an energy that could eventually move an object.

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