# Tard Question of The Day: If two warp drives were

If two warp drives are lined up and separated by a theoretical pole that's connected to the back of one and the front of another, what would happen if both warp drives fired up at the exact same time, crunching the exact same amount of space?

The distance between the two are sufficient enough that one warp drive would not affect the other without the theoretical pole connecting the two.

In wondering what would happen to the pole that's not within the warp area.

Would it prevent the warp drives from achieving warp speed? Would the pole outside of the warp areas simply remain while both drives warp ahead without it?

Sonic boom followed by a flash kick. Swoop the leg then suplex

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Pretty simple.

Pole would break in half or shatter from the sheer force

Oppsicrappedmypants - Pretty simple.

Pole would break in half or shatter from the sheer force
Why would it break in half? The amount force that's pulling it is the exact same that is pushing it in a straight path.

Why would it shatter?

How bout I shove my pole into your worm hole

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Great Scott!

zetti - Interesting. Perhaps they would create a black hole instead of a worm hole?

Racist IMO...