A mathematician sculpts solids point by point |

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

Fig. 1 Sphere: The movieTwirling the semicircle |

I could not visualize you in one go, so I had to construct you piece by piece. When God does not bless us with the ability to conceptualize, we must build our own dreams and visions. |

A relativist ‘constructs’ a sphere by spinning a curved clothes hanger. When the mathematician is finished, she ends up with a curved clothes hanger and not with a sphere. Relativists confuse a movie of how a sphere was built (dynamic) with a sculpture (static). The sphere of the mathematicians belongs neither in Geometry nor in Physics. |

Fig. 2 Sphere: The photographequidistant dots (or locations) |

Fig. 3 Sphere: The photographpiled up rings |

If you want the sphere to be smoother, all you have to do in Mathematical Physics is dig your fingernails in it like this to generate more points. |