My teacher gave our class a hypothetical situation today, and asked if it was possible. He asked if a hose were attached to a faucet, is it possible for the hose to be long enough so that the resistance in the hose causes the water to stop. Is this possible? From what I have thought through, the hose would have to be an infinate length in order for the water to not be able to pass through. Am I way off? Is there a real distance that a hose can be in order to stop water?