This method actually works, but I am realizing that it is extremely inefficient and there is always a loss(which I may be able to accept though) since the balls have to always overlap(worst case possible 0.2 in between two balls) and then pull back r1+r2+0.01 across the segment that connects their centers so that they do not collide anymore when it happens. (0.01 is something to ignore the double variable imprecision). At more than 30-40 balls lag can inevitably be felt.
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