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Suppose you have a skin enclosing a near infinite number of zero dimensional points. It would then simply be a single zero dimensional point.
... while on a trip.
I can't see this - a zero-dimensional point would have no surface to wrap a skin around. Also, any +ve number of points, without assigning different attributes to them, in the same place would be indistinquishable from a single point.
I can't see why simply moving a point object results in it becoming a one dimensional string.
Without internal friction it wouldn't be elastic and it wouldn't hold any shape.
Quote from: KALSTER on 22/07/2008 12:33:20... while on a trip.Since Timothy Leary and the '60s I thought that stuff had gone out of fashion.