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North is designated as 0 degrees, while South is designated as 180 degrees.
Water freezes at 32 deg F, and it boils at 212 deg F.
Do you see the elephant in the room?
The difference between 212 and 32 is "180", which also designates polar opposition  ;-)
 

Roger

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HUMPH!

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Roger I have missed your interesting observations. I'm glad to see you're still looking! Good to see you on the forums my friend.

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I learn something new everyday.

 

Humph!

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The angles of a triangle will always add up to 180 degrees.  Add another side making a square and it will contain 360 degrees.  (keep that in mind)  An octagon contains 1080 degrees.  So, you can see that as you increase the number of sides, the degrees increase exponentially.  Add enough sides, and the  geometric figure begins to resemble a circle but contain many more degrees that a square.  Eventually with enough sides the geometric figure will contain tens of thousands of degrees, and be barely if at all distinguishable from a circle.  The closer it gets to a circle, the more degrees it will contain..

 

Yet, when you transform it into a circle it will contain 360 degrees.  Does this mean a square is a circle?

 

See what you started?

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You lost me at triangle.

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and on a side note ~ Abalones (a snail) have 5 Butt holes.

 

So there's that.

 

:) 

 

A-Jay

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and on a side note ~ Abalones (a snail) have 5 Butt holes.

 

So there's that.

 

:)

 

A-Jay

 

But, but, but, but,...but....................four backups?  That's redundancy in nature.  But ooops, that's six, what I want to know do they all "work" simultaneously, or in sequence? 

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and on a side note ~ Abalones (a snail) have 5 Butt holes.

 

So there's that.

 

:)

 

A-Jay

 

Hmmmm, 

 

Take that Math class.  And if you add that up it's 4 more then most of us.

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and on a side note ~ Abalones (a snail) have 5 Butt holes.

 

So there's that.

 

:)

 

A-Jay

 

But you've got to admit...that's more than a little pornographic  :bushy-browed:

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Get your mind out of the Sphere Roger  . . . . .

 

:eyebrows:

 

A-Jay

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Wayne Brady makes Bryant Gumble look like Malcom X

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Get your mind out of the Sphere Roger  . . . . .

 

:eyebrows:

 

A-Jay

 

Okay, I'll give a shot A-Jay...but no guarantees  :smiley:

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The angles of a triangle will always add up to 180 degrees.  Add another side making a square and it will contain 360 degrees.  (keep that in mind)  An octagon contains 1080 degrees.  So, you can see that as you increase the number of sides, the degrees increase exponentially.  Add enough sides, and the  geometric figure begins to resemble a circle but contain many more degrees that a square.  Eventually with enough sides the geometric figure will contain tens of thousands of degrees, and be barely if at all distinguishable from a circle.  The closer it gets to a circle, the more degrees it will contain..

 

Yet, when you transform it into a circle it will contain 360 degrees.  Does this mean a square is a circle?

 

See what you started?

Geeee thanks. Now I will be contemplating this all dang night. I understand your logic behind it. Still though......

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As I said earlier I like the way Roger thinks, but I know that if I try to keep up it will give me a headache! A man has got to know his limitations...

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Dat math don´t woik fo the metric system. 

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Humph, when and if a pole shift happens will all be up the creek with no paddle, double Humph, Humph.

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Dat math don´t woik fo the metric system. 

 

"WOIK"....that reminds me of a regional dialect in New Jersey called the "Hoboken Accent".

After Benny Goodman's song called the "Jersey Bounce", some B-24 bombers from WW2 were labeled "Joisey Bounce".

 

Looks like I went off-topic in my own thread,  Humph!    :eyebrows:

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Hoboken home of Lou Costello

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Geeee thanks. Now I will be contemplating this all dang night. I understand your logic behind it. Still though......

 

Slone, it's time for new ink cartridges in your printer

 

"Necromancer"  :grin: 

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