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i got question,
except maybe a blast, or bomb? or idk,
but what would happened?

let us assume if using thick and most solid material known to human, on the container and the puller, could space be created?

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Post 27 Apr 2015, 15:38
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Assuming you mean moving the brown pistons apart, as for the water, depending on the initial pressure and temperature it may spread along the bottom surface as liquids do, evaporate or even solidify. Or all together depending on how far the pistons are moved. Look here for the diagram.

An invention of yours called "solid liquid" requires some explanation of what it is.

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thanks l_inc,
solid liquid, maybe something that is really compact, hard to break liquid, oil? ferrofluid?
Post 27 Apr 2015, 16:15
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It is quite easy to create voids and semi-vacuums in containers. The containers need to be strong and rigid, but not anything like "most solid material known to human" (but the measure of "solidness" doesn't actually address the strength at all). Ordinary gravity will pull the water to the bottom and the top will mostly be a void with some water vapour. If your container is too weak it may implode (not explode), and aside from damage to the container nothing extraordinary would happen.
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