Physics question

If all objects exert gravitational attraction on each other , then why doesnt all matter clump together
mdrakos123
Asked Dec 16, 2011
Edited Dec 16, 2011
All matter does attempt to "clump" at the center of the earth but the surface prohibits it. To "clump" elsewhere would require an object with a greater mass than the earth above the surface. How could that be?
Rob
Answered Dec 17, 2011
Edited Dec 17, 2011

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