### 0d Lines and Circles

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**Mon Oct 14, 2019 3:56 am**This post will be very unconventional and unorthodox relative to the fields of math and geometry....so save the ad hominums...I already know how absurd it is.

1. Line A is composed of 0 width.

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2. Line B is composed of 0 width.

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3. Line A and B are equal in length. Line A and B are put top of eachother to form Line C.

____________________A

_________C__________B

4. Lines A and B are of 0 width, and line C is of zero width. Line C however does not exist without lines A and lines B. Line C is 0d and has no direction or form. It is the inversion of Line A into another version of Line A as Line B. Its "form" is only observed by the multiplicity of lines, and as such it's a line through other lines.p, but effectively is formless.

Line C is of 0 width and 0 dimension yet exists as the observation of multiple lines and the dynamic manifestation of one line into many lines. Lines A and B are actual lines, while Line C is a potential line...thus a line nonetheless.

*****The same applies for 2d Circles where a 1 dimensional line is a 2d circle turned on its relative side.

1. Line A is composed of 0 width.

___________________

2. Line B is composed of 0 width.

____________________

3. Line A and B are equal in length. Line A and B are put top of eachother to form Line C.

____________________A

_________C__________B

4. Lines A and B are of 0 width, and line C is of zero width. Line C however does not exist without lines A and lines B. Line C is 0d and has no direction or form. It is the inversion of Line A into another version of Line A as Line B. Its "form" is only observed by the multiplicity of lines, and as such it's a line through other lines.p, but effectively is formless.

Line C is of 0 width and 0 dimension yet exists as the observation of multiple lines and the dynamic manifestation of one line into many lines. Lines A and B are actual lines, while Line C is a potential line...thus a line nonetheless.

*****The same applies for 2d Circles where a 1 dimensional line is a 2d circle turned on its relative side.