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# When Will Evolutionists Confess Their Atheistic Presuppositions?

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Since: May 14

#1449 Jul 15, 2014
Subduction Zone wrote:
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Wrong again. People who passed geometry know that circles are flat and that they are not spheres.
Diameters are never ever circular or spherical. I would suggest that you look up the term. Thank you for confirming that you failed geometry.
You can draw a circle on an uneven surface. For example lines of latitude and longitude are drawn on a spherical Earth. Of course they are all flat.
Oops sorry. Wanted to say earths equator. Was juggling two activities in my mind as i typed.

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#1450 Jul 15, 2014
wondering wrote:
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correct there is no such thing as a three dimensional circle. a circle is one dimensional but it can be expressed in three ways consisting of radius, diameter and circumference. a circle is a one-dimensional object, although one can embed it into a two-dimensional object. more precisely, it is a one-dimensional manifold. manifolds admit an abstract description which is independent of a choice of embedding. now a sphere is also one dimensional but can be seen as three dimensional. a sphere is the set of all points in space that are a fixed distance from a common point called the center.
No, circles are two dimensional. Another person that failed geometry.

And don't try to use terminology that you do not understand. Your incredibly gross mistake shows that you have no understanding of what you are trying to talk about and you are simply trying to sound "mathy".

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#1451 Jul 15, 2014
wondering wrote:
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you must have missed this post: if they would have called the earth a ball,, you and i would pick it apart saying it is not a ball, it is a sphere and ball describes a toy, not a planet. at least be honest.
Calling it a ball would have been much more accurate than trying to claim a circle is a sphere.

You are simply projecting your shortcomings, not mine.

Try again.
wondering
#1452 Jul 15, 2014
Kenedy njoroge wrote:
<quoted text> This problem arises because ancient hebrew was a weak language, lacking many important definitive terms , like sphere. It has occured to me in the past that there must have been phonetical differences between chuwg= disc and chuwg =sphere ,which cannot be represented in writting.A good english equivalent would be a word like 'project.' You pronounce it differently to give different meaning but in writting the word is the same. Same with the Hebrew word chuwg in those days. Thats my opinion.
you have good points but no one that does not agree with religion will agree with you.

other words are;
2. tear; tear up or tear paper
my favorite is bow.
4. bow – a long wooden stick with horse hair that is used to play certain string instruments such as the violin
----bow – to bend forward at the waist in respect (bow down)
----bow – the front of the ship (bow and stern)
----bow – a kind of tied ribbon (bow on a present, a bowtie)
----bow – to bend outward at the sides (bow-legged" cowboy)
wondering
#1453 Jul 15, 2014
Subduction Zone wrote:
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No, circles are two dimensional. Another person that failed geometry.
And don't try to use terminology that you do not understand. Your incredibly gross mistake shows that you have no understanding of what you are trying to talk about and you are simply trying to sound "mathy".
how many dimensions does a simple line have? a circle is just a simple line drawn around to make a circle. a circle, as a special case of a line, is a one dimensional object. the dimensionality of an object should not be confused with the number of parameters required to uniquely identify it.

talk about someone that failed geometer. LMAO
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wondering
#1454 Jul 15, 2014
Subduction Zone wrote:
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Calling it a ball would have been much more accurate than trying to claim a circle is a sphere.
You are simply projecting your shortcomings, not mine.
Try again.
show where the bible claimed a circle is a sphere. oh that is right you can't. it is claimed by fundies.. and both claims, yours and theirs are based off of poor translations and of what you both want it to say and mean.

Since: May 14

Europe

#1455 Jul 15, 2014
wondering wrote:
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correct there is no such thing as a three dimensional circle. a circle is one dimensional but it can be expressed in three ways consisting of radius, diameter and circumference. a circle is a one-dimensional object, although one can embed it into a two-dimensional object. more precisely, it is a one-dimensional manifold. manifolds admit an abstract description which is independent of a choice of embedding. now a sphere is also one dimensional but can be seen as three dimensional. a sphere is the set of all points in space that are a fixed distance from a common point called the center.
Is a circle one dimensional ?,or you are willing to make some corrections there?
wondering
#1456 Jul 15, 2014
Kenedy njoroge wrote:
<quoted text> Is a circle one dimensional ?,or you are willing to make some corrections there?
how many dimensions does a simple line have? a circle is just a simple line drawn around to make a circle. a circle, as a special case of a line, is a one dimensional object. the dimensionality of an object should not be confused with the number of parameters required to uniquely identify it.
wondering
#1457 Jul 15, 2014
for subduction zone and kenedy. take a pencil and draw a circle on a flat piece of paper. now how many dimensions does that circle have on that flat piece of paper? now it can be measured in three way by radius, diameter and circumference but how many dimensions does a completely flat circle have?

Since: May 14

Europe

#1458 Jul 15, 2014
Subduction Zone wrote:
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Calling it a ball would have been much more accurate than trying to claim a circle is a sphere.
You are simply projecting your shortcomings, not mine.
Try again.
Why do you think all ancient balls looked like adidas ? Do your research and you will realise ancient balls took different shapes .

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Since: Sep 08

#1459 Jul 15, 2014
wondering wrote:
for subduction zone and kenedy. take a pencil and draw a circle on a flat piece of paper. now how many dimensions does that circle have on that flat piece of paper? now it can be measured in three way by radius, diameter and circumference but how many dimensions does a completely flat circle have?
It has two dimensions.

Wow! We know that you failed geometry. There is no point in you continuing to hammer the point home.

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Since: Sep 08

#1460 Jul 15, 2014
Also measuring the radius and the diameter are for all practical purposed the same.

If anyone had a question if wondering knew anything about geometry it is now fairly clear that he knows nothing.

My suggestion, quit while you are behind.

Since: May 14

Europe

#1461 Jul 15, 2014
wondering wrote:
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correct there is no such thing as a three dimensional circle. a circle is one dimensional but it can be expressed in three ways consisting of radius, diameter and circumference. a circle is a one-dimensional object, although one can embed it into a two-dimensional object. more precisely, it is a one-dimensional manifold. manifolds admit an abstract description which is independent of a choice of embedding. now a sphere is also one dimensional but can be seen as three dimensional. a sphere is the set of all points in space that are a fixed distance from a common point called the center.
The name 'wondering' aptly describes your mind.

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#1462 Jul 15, 2014
Subduction Zone wrote:
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It has two dimensions.
Wow! We know that you failed geometry. There is no point in you continuing to hammer the point home.
it has one dimension. a line has one dimension. show me wrong. what are your two dimensions of a completely flat circle? after all we are talking about an earth that is flat and a circle right?

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#1463 Jul 15, 2014
Subduction Zone wrote:
Also measuring the radius and the diameter are for all practical purposed the same.
If anyone had a question if wondering knew anything about geometry it is now fairly clear that he knows nothing.
My suggestion, quit while you are behind.
LMAO radius is half the diameter. so 2x radius would be the diameter.
wondering
#1464 Jul 15, 2014
Subduction Zone wrote:
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It has two dimensions.
Wow! We know that you failed geometry. There is no point in you continuing to hammer the point home.
t
ime to start paying on your debt.

it has one dimension. a line has one dimension. show me wrong. what are your two dimensions of a completely flat circle? after all we are talking about an earth that is flat and a circle right?
wondering
#1465 Jul 15, 2014
Kenedy njoroge wrote:
<quoted text> The name 'wondering' aptly describes your mind.
same challenge bible thumper. a circle has one dimension. a line has one dimension. a circle is nothing more than a line drawn around to meet ends. show me wrong. what are your two dimensions of a completely flat circle? after all we are talking about an earth that is flat and a circle right?

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Since: Sep 08

#1466 Jul 15, 2014
wondering wrote:
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it has one dimension. a line has one dimension. show me wrong. what are your two dimensions of a completely flat circle? after all we are talking about an earth that is flat and a circle right?
Wow, yes a straight line has one dimension. A circle is not a straight line.

The two dimensions of a circle are usually represented as the x--axis and the y-axis.

Do you need references? Oh wait, geometry fail of course references are needed:

http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/line.html

A line has no width. It is one dimensional. You can perform a transform on a line so that it is either on the x axis or the y axis.

A circle on the other hand always has two dimensions. You cannot transform it to a simple line.

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#1467 Jul 15, 2014
wondering wrote:
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LMAO radius is half the diameter. so 2x radius would be the diameter.
And once again you showed that I was right. If you measure the diameter you know the radius and vice versa.

It looks like another "Not too bright night" for wondering.
wondering
#1468 Jul 15, 2014
Subduction Zone wrote:
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Wow, yes a straight line has one dimension. A circle is not a straight line.
The two dimensions of a circle are usually represented as the x--axis and the y-axis.
Do you need references? Oh wait, geometry fail of course references are needed:
http://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/line.html
A line has no width. It is one dimensional. You can perform a transform on a line so that it is either on the x axis or the y axis.
A circle on the other hand always has two dimensions. You cannot transform it to a simple line.
wow a great link. it talks nothing of a circle as we are. bravo for you awesome find. lol

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