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Is this true or not and why? Physics question about force?

It's been a long time since my last physics class but I remember my teacher saying that if you push against a brick wall for a really long time without stopping (much longer than the human lifespan), you would eventually go through the wall. Is this true and what physics property states this? (as in, why do physicists think this would happen?) thanks

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They think this would happen because they are bored and need something to blab about. You cannot push through a brick wall. The only way you could is if you lived forever, and the brick wall started to crumble over the thousands of years. If the brick wall stayed in the same shape (like you would if you lived forever), then no you will not go through it.