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|zippdementia - December 17, 2009 (11:20 PM)
My initial reaction:
"Well, obviously the other end of the table would come out of the... oh shit, wait. OH FUCK."
Complete system crash.
|bluberry - December 17, 2009 (11:58 PM)
I took a class about that.
|honestgamer - December 18, 2009 (12:02 AM)
Of course you did.
|joseph_valencia - December 18, 2009 (11:34 AM)
It's like dividing by zero.
|aschultz - December 18, 2009 (02:15 PM)
I don't see a problem--one portal moves to the new world or whatever, and that's that.
The real problem comes if both are a Klein Bottle. Then they kind of suck each other in. The author may or may not have seen this and may or may not have been able to draw that.
|zigfried - December 18, 2009 (02:56 PM)
I don't see a problem either. As Schultz said, one table containing a portal passes through the first portal into the new area and we're all good.
|honestgamer - December 18, 2009 (05:48 PM)
What if passing through the yellow portal prompts something to emerge from the blue portal?
|Suskie - December 18, 2009 (06:37 PM)
Wow. Schultz and Zig have just proven they have absolutely no fucking idea what's going on here. (I'm guessing Jason doesn't either, though at least he figured it out.)
Get with it and play Portal, people!