# Geomotown

Here is a diversion which I have posed as a question. I will not claim that
it actually happened as no-one would believe me:

Professor Nisepocker had accidentally turned his Geometry Ray onto me. I was temporarily converted into a geometric figure and began plunging into the world of geometry. As I entered this world I noticed many forms and shapes familiar from the trigonometry and geometry lessons of my schooldays. I then heard the Professor shout a warning. ‘Be careful of what you touch, it can be deceiving, there are many sharp points there - especially on the …’
I missed the last word. Which object, or group of objects was the professor warning me particularly to steer clear of?

JJ

well, line segments, being infinitely thin and presumably stiff would impale you instantly if your geometry land skin is penetrable

the points would also flow straight into your body ad perhaps cause cancer
now that i think about it, everything is dangerously sharp there except a circle

Yeah, well, everything is sharp, but depending what infinitessimal scale you are looking at it on. JJ is apparently bent over this ‘a circle is sharp’ theory because this is the second seperate thread he has posted over it.

jj if thats your theory id say bumping into a circle when you have a malleable skin surface would warp your skin around the surface before it can be punctured. of course if everything is perfectly stiff then the circle will probably be more stable then whatever you are

Any curved surface.
A line that touches, or is at a tangent to a curved surface meets it at a point.
JJ

JJ, I’m sorry, but your theories have no place in the world. You are attmepting to say what we feel is not really wwhat we feel. Your coming up with your own laws of physics for our world and you are honestly being ignorant. I understand your viewpoint on such a matter but there must be some flaw in it if it is physically false. You are incorrect about the circle because its not true, plain and simple. It is true that when you touch a sphere you do not get punctured, henceforth your theory is wrong.