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Pedro I Rengel wrote:So what you're saying is, if I measure the surface area of a sphere, and I take the square root of that number, it won't allow me to draw a circle that will perfectly encase the sphere?
Is that what you are goddamn motherfucking telling me?
Pedro I Rengel wrote:So what you're saying is, if I measure the surface area of a sphere, and I take the square root of that number, it won't allow me to draw a circle that will perfectly encase the sphere?
Motor Daddy wrote:Pedro I Rengel wrote:So what you're saying is, if I measure the surface area of a sphere, and I take the square root of that number, it won't allow me to draw a circle that will perfectly encase the sphere?
Is that what you are goddamn motherfucking telling me?
Area is 2 dimensional. If you take the surface area of a sphere, and lay it flat into a 2 dimensional plane, you get what looks like a flat map of Earth, which is broken up, misconfigured BULLSHIT! YOUR mind makes sense of that flat map. Otherwise it is complete BS!
obsrvr524 wrote:Go to school, mate. I am not going to sit here trying to teach you high school maths (It was hard enough to bring myself to explain perimeter versus area to Ec).
Motor Daddy wrote:obsrvr524 wrote:Go to school, mate. I am not going to sit here trying to teach you high school maths (It was hard enough to bring myself to explain perimeter versus area to Ec).
When you tell me how you arrived at the coordinate 7.5,5.125 then we can make further progress. Until then you are BULLSHITTING. You refuse to acknowledge that pi needs to be a NUMBER, and when you give a finite number for pi, you TRUNCATED pi. That means you did not, nor is it possible to have a finite area of a circle with a truncated calculation of pi.
Pedro I Rengel wrote:THE SQUARE ROOT OF THAT SURFACE AREA
obsrvr524 wrote:-
Surface area of sphere = 4πr2
Sqrt of that would be 2r√π
Area of circle - πr2
obsrvr524 wrote:-
Surface area of sphere = \(4\pi r^2\)
Sqrt of that would be \(2r\sqrt\pi\)
Area of circle - \(\pi r^2\)
Motor Daddy wrote:obsrvr524 wrote:Go to school, mate. I am not going to sit here trying to teach you high school maths (It was hard enough to bring myself to explain perimeter versus area to Ec).
When you tell me how you arrived at the coordinate 7.5,5.125 then we can make further progress. Until then you are BULLSHITTING.
Motor Daddy wrote:obsrvr524 wrote:Go to school, mate. I am not going to sit here trying to teach you high school maths (It was hard enough to bring myself to explain perimeter versus area to Ec).
When you tell me how you arrived at the coordinate 7.5,5.125 then we can make further progress. Until then you are BULLSHITTING. You refuse to acknowledge that pi needs to be a NUMBER, and when you give a finite number for pi, you TRUNCATED pi. That means you did not, nor is it possible to have a finite area of a circle with a truncated calculation of pi.
Pedro I Rengel wrote:I'm talking about the perimeter of the circle as compared to the surface area of the sphere, not the area of the circle.
Motor Daddy wrote:Pedro I Rengel wrote:I'm talking about the perimeter of the circle as compared to the surface area of the sphere, not the area of the circle.
And I am telling you that AREA is a TWO DIMENSIONAL calculation. The Earth is 3 dimensional. A 2 dimensional map of Earth is in NO WAY a representation of a 3 dimensional object. LOOK AT A MAP OF EARTH. It is not a circle, and is not a square. IT is like camel humps. LOL
It is YOUR BRAIN that interprets that map into some form of useable information. Otherwise it is total BS!
Pedro I Rengel wrote:I'm talking about the perimeter of the circle as compared to the surface area of the sphere, not the area of the circle.
Ecmandu wrote:Pedro I Rengel wrote:I'm talking about the perimeter of the circle as compared to the surface area of the sphere, not the area of the circle.
Now I going to fuck with you guys.
Matter cannot be created or destroyed right?
Even if you cut a sphere into the teeniest sliver at the largest end in the center... and blew all the rest up...
Did you destroy the sphere or not?
This is a metaphysical question.
You may have encrypted it, but did you destroy it?
Pedro I Rengel wrote:Motor Daddy wrote:Pedro I Rengel wrote:I'm talking about the perimeter of the circle as compared to the surface area of the sphere, not the area of the circle.
And I am telling you that AREA is a TWO DIMENSIONAL calculation. The Earth is 3 dimensional. A 2 dimensional map of Earth is in NO WAY a representation of a 3 dimensional object. LOOK AT A MAP OF EARTH. It is not a circle, and is not a square. IT is like camel humps. LOL
It is YOUR BRAIN that interprets that map into some form of useable information. Otherwise it is total BS!
Look fella. Stop all this because you are saying some stupid shit.
Whatever point you want to make, is cancelled the moment you commit to the statement that there is no correspondence between a sphere and a circle.
This is... this is worse than bad.
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