and here, wedgehead, you say a circle cannot describe a three dimensional sphere, when earlier you were trying to say it could, as in the bible...<quoted text>

Let's look at your link definition:

In geometry, a disk (also spelled disc) is the region in a plane bounded by a circle.

plane(geometry) definition - a plane is a flat, two-dimensional surface.

A circle is two dimensional being it has the dimensions of height and width but not depth, therefore is two dimensional.

None of the above define a 3 dimensional sphere, which has height and width and depth. Not even from your definition link of disk.

So let's look at that again. A disc or disk is two dimensional like a circle. Nice try though. May I suggest you take a geometry class and maybe learn something new?

you seem to contradict every one of your own posts...

not very intelligent of you wedgie...stick to simpler arguments like lines and dots two dimensions seems one too many for you.

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