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Published on May 30, 2011
This is a way to use portals in a two-way transport system. I highly recommend not doing this. You can travel by moving from overworld to nether and back, in paired gates. A nether and overworld portal can be paired both ways by putting them some given distance away (I chose about 120m in overworld space, which is 15m is nether space - 16m is the maximum) and making sure no other portals are put close enough to them to break the two-way connection. You keep making these two-way links, traveling from portal to portal as shown in the video. Each jump takes you 120m in overworld space. It's faster to just walk in nether space - oh well.
The one practical use of this idea is paired gate to go from the "lava level" (around 12m) to ground level (say 72m) with two pairs. 42m is the midpoint. Basically, you build a portal at 12m at lava level. In the nether, you build a portal at the same location in X and Z, but at say 41m. You make another nether portal nearby at 43m. This then can jump you to 72m to ground level. It's not super-zippy, but probably faster than walking up. Maybe.
Anyway, think of it as me wasting a bunch of hours so that you don't have to.