Adapted for the Internet from:Why God Doesn't Exist |

Is a line continuous or segmented? |

And a wing is continuous if it is made of many feathers. See? I can hang from the stupid swan's wing and it won't break. |

Fig. 1 Continuous mathematical misconceptions |

In Mathematics, the word 'continuous' means exactly the opposite of what it means in Science. In Math, continuous means that the object or concept is comprised of so many discrete objects or concepts that it 'approaches' physical or conceptual smoothness. This definition is unscientific because it cannot be used consistently. For the purposes of Science, ' continuous' means that the thing in question is made of a single piece. The adjective 'continuous' may only be used to qualify physical objects. The real problem is that the mathematicians are using the adjective continuous as an adverb. They are talking about motion and not about architecture. The correct word to characterize what they are referring to is incessant. The mathematicians are saying that they can incessantly find fractions between anytwo. |

A belt is continuous if it is made of many small pieces. See? I can strangle this swan with it and the belt won't break. |

Ha, ha, ha! You two continuously make me laugh! That swan you're messing with turns into a vicious dragon every time someone bothers it. He just finished trashing that deer behind me a minute ago! |

Fig. 3 The 'continuous' vector of Mathematics |

The vector of Mathematics is an attempt to merge two irreconcilable concepts: magnitude and direction. Magnitude essentially means size or amount. It is inherently a segmented concept. In this context, it refers to numbers on a number line, each of which is a unique value. Direction is conceptually made of a single piece. It makes no sense to divide direction in half. The mathematicians have incongruously merged the discrete with the continuous. |

Fig. 2 The supernatural mathematical line |

calls it a line. He then takes His magic wand, and converts it into a

rigid stick made of a single piece. Throughout his presentation,

God talks about numbers and locations. Sounds like a plan?

Fig. 4 |

The mathematicians routinely tell you that two dots in space constitute a straight line. Unfortunately, this definition or characterization is misconceived. If the line of Mathematics is continuous and straight, this specification automatically rules out the two-dot proposal. Two dots cannot be said to be continuous or straight under any circumstances. |