Not if a line is composed of infinite 0d points, which is the definition. You can have a line superposition on top of another line with fundamentally void between them.
Line A has no width. Same with line B. Line C as the space between the two lines can be worthless as well.
So are you trying to refute the idea that there are 0d points in reality with your example? No idea why as a 0d point is a contradiction in terms in the first place.
If not then logic still applies whether you try to apply terms from Physics or not, so if you lay two 0d lines of the 'same length' on top of each other you'll just have one 0d line.
Are you saying logic is subject to a 1d form?
No idea what your point is here but if there were such a thing as a '1d form'(whatever the hell this is supposed to be?) then it'll be subject to Logic as logic arises from there being things or states of affairs.
Flat land. A circle on its side is effectively flat. ...
Have you've read Flatland?
Yeah, read below:
That just shows that you haven't.
Wow....are you dumb. A disc is both 3d and 2d...it is an area bound by a circle at minimum. The disc as 3d is a circle with thickness...but if you stack lines, and each line is a circle, from a 2d perspective (because it is viewed was a line) a series of lines is still a series of cycles. ...
And you are mental? A disc is 3d, other than on paper there are no 2d objects in our reality.
But I think I get that you are trying to talk about what a 3d object would be like to a flatlander and you are still wrong(you really need to read the book rather than just quoting titles) as yes a 3d disc if intersecting flatland would be 'seen' as a straight line or a point(depending upon when it was encountered and what angle it intersects) and if it kept moving through it would be experienced as first a point then an increasing in length line and then a decreasing in length line until it goes back to a point and vanishes.
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Well for sure if you embed a disc in flatland vertically they'd experience a line but if you put it in horizontally?
draw 2 dimensionally is a series of circles in circles.
No, it's a series of arcs.
Muhahaha, yes. A 2d representation of a sphere is a circle inscribed with arcs, alternatively you can just shade a circle.
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You appear incapable of following the train of your own thoughts, are you talking about discs or spheres now?
A sphere passing through Flatland would appear as a point first then an increasing circle(if the flatlander can get around it in time otherwise an increasing arc) and then a decreasing circle or arc until it becomes a point again and then vanishes. A disc would be as I described above.