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That's one fundamental thing I've been wondering about for the longest time. So what do you think, can it? Or can we prove that circular figures must exist, in and by themselves, as some fundamental scaled down 'bit'? It is also a question of smoothness to me, as in a 'bit' universe it seems more appropriate, to me, for them to be straight lines Weird stuff, and I'm wondering about it.

Yeah Pete, the definition exist, I'm just questioning how we know?And define it practically, using scale to wonder about it.

I was thinking of a line Pete. The definition exist, but is it enough in itself? If you want a smooth universe then? And if you want a 'bit universe'? The universe exist, and so do straight lines, and bent, but what do they scale down to?