Doesn't defy gravity to save energy
Would portal portals transfer gravity? [closed]
There are often puzzles on the video game portal that need to be solved by gaining a lot of momentum. Typically this is achieved by placing one portal on the floor and another directly above it on the ceiling and then jumping into the portal in the floor. The person appears on the ceiling and begins to fall off. When the person falls, they gain kinetic energy and reach a certain speed and jump back into the portal in the ground. Then he / she appears again on the ceiling. This creates an endless loop of falling.
Although the idea of a portal is absurd to common sense, let's discuss its possibility of existence.
The portal appears to be generating potential energy. When an object falls, its potential energy is usually converted into kinetic energy as it loses height, and additional energy would have to be used to lift it up before it could fall again.
What is the possible source of potential energy if a portal existed? Does a portal offer potential energy to elevate people to a higher position?
And that led me to another point, whether the portals should also transmit gravity. This could eliminate the entire problem of energy saving. When gravity is transmitted through the portal, the object is pulled back with equal force and actually reaches an equilibrium floating in the portal instead of falling continuously.
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