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dude that is fuckig smart lol never thought of that it would be like space right
why does every one amuse the portals will take alot of energy also they could multiple wheels any ways the water would still get stay at the same speed assuming we are using the portals used in the game
Creating portals requires energy. Keeping them running doesn't.
It would take more electricity to power the damn portal than the stupid water wheel would produce…im just saying.
Im not following you. The portal on the floor is simply a doorway to the ceiling. The gravity will remain constant and gravity will continue to accelerate through the portals infinitely. Its not like going to the portal on the bottom reverses or negates gravity. Its a bridge.
where's that endless water coming from? Beats my mind
You're wrong. The gravitational constant is an amount of force, not velocity. It's ~9,81 kg m/s², and affects potential energy. Potential energy decreases as kinetic energy increases, and its equation is mass · gravity constant · distance from the “floor”. since the distance from the floor is infinite, assuming you have 1 kg of water, is 1 · 9,81 kg m/s² · ∞. Or what's the same, ∞ Joules. As you have infinite mechanical energy, you are hitting the wheel with an infinite force. Doesn't matter what material is it made of, it will break. The portal needs an infinite amount of energy to teleport the water, so all that energy, being feed by the wheel, if it didn't break, is cancelled. So even if it worked it wouldn't work. You cannot make more energy than what you have, that's why you can't make perpetual motion machines unless you're in vacumm space.
Alright, I don’t know physics like yall, but I think I spot something you all are missing… Once the water hits the wheel, wouldn’t it be slowed back down? Like I said, not a physics person, so I could be wrong. Just saying…
Alright, I don't know physics like yall, but I think I spot something you all are missing… Once the water hits the wheel, wouldn't it be slowed back down? Like I said, not a physics person, so I could be wrong. Just saying…
create portal first………….
It’s an interesting idea but humans chose always the hard way
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