Coulomb's force don't obey superposition principle

According to coulomb's law-force on any charge due to a number of other charges is the vector sum of all the forces on that charge due to the other charges,taken one at a time.The individual forces are unaffected due to the presence of other charges.But consider the story- once upon a time there lived two charges who had great attraction between each other.One other neutral body(say a small molecule) came there but their relation was still same.As time passed many of such bodies came one after the other.Now one of the charge cried.Oh now a medium surrounds us so our relation have become weak(permittivity of free space changed).She cried and said that she believed that these bodies wont hinder their love because of principle of superposition.Now God Jesus said that devil had send these.He said that one extra body made negligible effect but many made it significant he said not to believe in principle of superposition.He worked hard and removed those bodies.The charges said thanks.Finally they lived happily ever after.

Note by Joseph Amal C X
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