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Is it possible for two objects of nearly the exact same size, mass, and magnetic field strength to form something analogous to a curved space orbit in a relatively flat space by balancing inertia with magnetism? In other words, can two mutually magnetic objects orbit around a common center of magnetism for any length of time at some given distance scale?

If so, can all four fundamental forces of physics form six relationships via their orbital time period ratios. It seems like macro orbits have no meaning in the quantum world but this thought occurred to me a while back and I am non-degreed so I'm unable to solve this one easily.

Thanks for your time.

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# Magnets and inertia

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