Portal. Now your thinking with portals Top 80 thanks guys XD. WHAT THE HAPPENS WHEN.... A) It accelerates downward, toward the earth. If there is only a portal under the pole, there will be nothing pushing up on the pole to keep it in place, only t Portal
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Now your thinking with portals
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#15 - mooglesrle (06/27/2011) [+] (3 replies)
A) It accelerates downward, toward the earth. If there is only a portal under the pole, there will be nothing pushing up on the pole to keep it in place, only the force of gravity pulling it down.  
  
B)You will put immense pressure on the pole, as if you sqeezed or pulled hard on the ends of the pole; eventually it would snap or collapse. Think about it like this; you are the pole. You grab your feet reaching up from your hands. When someone pulls the portal away, are you going to become infinitly long, or simply let go of your feet, because you can no longer reach?   
  
C)  1)It would break where the portal is. This is a tough one to explain, but for starters, we know that you cannot simply create matter out of nothing. The pole would have to be cut or broken when the new portal is made. Imagine you have a straw. This straw is hot glued into a circle (this is the best way to visualize this, as humans do not have the ability to alter any dimension after the third one; we can still experience it though) after being put through a hoop (like those magicians rings that kids use). No matter how much we spin the straw, it will still be connected to the straw, and in a loop. Say we wanted the straw to come out of another hoop. Unless we break the straw, it will not be able to come out of that hoop. If we compare it to the portal, the same rules apply; one portal is the 'in' side of the hoop, and one is the 'out' side.  
2)Assuming the portal is so strong that the portal cannot break it, the pole would have to 'bend' itself to reach it's other side. I cannot think of a way to visualize this, as it would not bend, it would just appear to bend, in order to stay straight... a bit of a mind 						****					.  
  
That's right, science bitches.
A) It accelerates downward, toward the earth. If there is only a portal under the pole, there will be nothing pushing up on the pole to keep it in place, only the force of gravity pulling it down.

B)You will put immense pressure on the pole, as if you sqeezed or pulled hard on the ends of the pole; eventually it would snap or collapse. Think about it like this; you are the pole. You grab your feet reaching up from your hands. When someone pulls the portal away, are you going to become infinitly long, or simply let go of your feet, because you can no longer reach?

C) 1)It would break where the portal is. This is a tough one to explain, but for starters, we know that you cannot simply create matter out of nothing. The pole would have to be cut or broken when the new portal is made. Imagine you have a straw. This straw is hot glued into a circle (this is the best way to visualize this, as humans do not have the ability to alter any dimension after the third one; we can still experience it though) after being put through a hoop (like those magicians rings that kids use). No matter how much we spin the straw, it will still be connected to the straw, and in a loop. Say we wanted the straw to come out of another hoop. Unless we break the straw, it will not be able to come out of that hoop. If we compare it to the portal, the same rules apply; one portal is the 'in' side of the hoop, and one is the 'out' side.
2)Assuming the portal is so strong that the portal cannot break it, the pole would have to 'bend' itself to reach it's other side. I cannot think of a way to visualize this, as it would not bend, it would just appear to bend, in order to stay straight... a bit of a mind **** .

That's right, science bitches.
#20 - vitafix (06/27/2011) [+] (1 reply)
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#7 - hydronoob (06/26/2011) [-]
for you kind sir...
User avatar #19 - nickhols (06/27/2011) [+] (7 replies)
A) It would accelerate downwards till it reaches maximum velocity
B) Because the portals are getting closer, the strain on the pole would cause the rod to break.
C) Everything that you could see through the orange portal was not an infinite amount of the rod, but an infinite loop of the original rod. Moving the orange portal would break that loop, essentially leaving only the original rod. the rod would then accelerate downward into the blue portal and out of the newly place orange portal, assuming it was not facing upwards.
#4 - NiNJAz (06/26/2011) [+] (1 reply)
Oh portal, you make me happy!
Oh portal, you make me happy!
#1 - Sabre (06/26/2011) [+] (1 reply)
#18 - Generation (06/27/2011) [-]
Well if we are thinking about this scientifically accurately and the portals are made through 4D quantum tunneling we took a 3D cylinder and made it into a single volume of a 4D hypertorus.

That should make it fairly easy to determine the answers. I wont go into detail here.
User avatar #2 - lolerbot (06/26/2011) [-]
HOLY **** I THOUGHT THAT EXACT SAME THING BUT WAS TOO LAZY TO MAKE A COMIC!!!!!!!!!!!!. I APLUAD FUNNYJUNK FOR HAVING SIMILAR MINDS
User avatar #51 - acedce (06/27/2011) [-]
ow my skull
#48 - Pokekid (06/27/2011) [-]
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#31 - dasbaum (06/27/2011) [-]
WHAT..... I don't even... you ****** my mind.

Well played sir, here take my thumb and my pinkys.
#21 - backspaceman (06/27/2011) [-]
the metal rod is a lie
User avatar #3 - FeeFieFoe (06/26/2011) [-]
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this.... makes me feel really bad inside......
#44 - beastarro (06/27/2011) [+] (1 reply)
This is GLaDOS's job and GLaDOS's job only to figure this out, stop bringing in your wild wacky theories without a test to back it up.
User avatar #16 - kidinfinitebillion (06/27/2011) [-]
ya... um what #1 and #5 said
#11 - anonymous (06/27/2011) [+] (2 replies)
Well, sucks for you because even if we could put holes into this dimension, there is still something called the law of conservation of mass.
#12 to #11 - DivineInfinity (06/27/2011) [-]
Indeed. As for question 1, I don't know for sure, it would depend on how portals affect the laws of gravity, but whatever the result is, it isn't going to be spectaculair.  
Question 2: I think since the pole is continues, it would act like a pole connected to 2 solid surfaces, and therefore, break if you tried to move the surface.  
Question 3: the rod would break. There is no other solution.
Indeed. As for question 1, I don't know for sure, it would depend on how portals affect the laws of gravity, but whatever the result is, it isn't going to be spectaculair.
Question 2: I think since the pole is continues, it would act like a pole connected to 2 solid surfaces, and therefore, break if you tried to move the surface.
Question 3: the rod would break. There is no other solution.
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User avatar #36 to #34 - heggzor (06/27/2011) [-]
you shoot a portal at the moon wich moves constantly
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