Re: The logic of atheism

prabbit1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> Ben Goren <ben@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
>>>> It's the /exact same/ thing as the example with the line
>>>> and the equidistant point. Either is trivial if you warp
>>>> spacetime to the desired shape. Both are logically impossible
>>>> if you don't.
>>>
>>> No, it's logically impossible to have a square-circle in a
>>> flat plane. There's no possible universe in which it could
>>> ever exist. It is necessarily impossible. The speed of light
>>> is NOT logically impossible to be 1m/s.
>
>> When you understand that the speed of light is a direct
>> measurement of the geometry of the spacetime of our universe,
>> you'll understand.
>
> When YOU understand that the geometry of our space-time is not
> the only possible geometry, YOU'LL understand.

Drawing a straight line with an equidistant point is perfectly
possible in other geometries, but it's physically impossible in
ours.

Cheers,

b&

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