Euclid defined an angle as an 'inclination'. 1 Unfortunately, Euclid or his translators
forgot to tell us what an inclination is, but, in the context of structure, an inclination is
a static attribute. 2 Euclid also circumscribed angles to a plane. Relativists have
altered both of these attributes to suit their arguments and end up chasing their tails.
Contemporary mathematicians perceive an angle as ‘the amount of rotation’ 3 and
talk of angles lying
[In science we don’t define a sphere. We point to a sphere and say sphre.]
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