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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Okay We know that a spherical or any other geometric form conducting uniform object has it's electric field on the outside of the object as that is where all the charge resides.

Now if we would have a sphere made of some insulating material with lots and lots of tiny little spherical balls in the material each of them being separated by some very small distance from the other , now each of the little balls would be connected with a small wire ad the wires arranges so that they don't add up to form a mesh and hence forming a faraday cage which would prevent the charge from being inside.

So because the little balls have their charge uniformly distributed around them that would mean that for this larger spherical object made of these balls the field would be also inside or not?

Now if we would have a sphere made of some insulating material with lots and lots of tiny little spherical balls in the material each of them being separated by some very small distance from the other , now each of the little balls would be connected with a small wire ad the wires arranges so that they don't add up to form a mesh and hence forming a faraday cage which would prevent the charge from being inside.

So because the little balls have their charge uniformly distributed around them that would mean that for this larger spherical object made of these balls the field would be also inside or not?