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A straightedge with markings of meters and millimeters as defined using the speed of light.
You cannot measure a curved surface with a straightedge.
It's counterproductive for you to post here
One can measure the diameter, assuming the RS is contained in Euclidean 3-space. The 3-space need not distort.
Is the distance between the zero point and the point at ∞ of a Riemann sphere, as measured with an undistorted measuring rod finite or infinite?
Define measuring rod.
You are mistaken if you think that your posts here have been productive.
Why are they downloading my papers then?
Who are "they"?
Are you sure they aren't doing it for a joke?
Is there any way they (whoever "they" are, can find out that your "papers" are nonsense without downloading them?
Quote from: Bored chemist on 16/07/2020 12:56:58You are mistaken if you think that your posts here have been productive.Why are they downloading my papers then?
Do you mean the ones that start "D e f i n i n g P a r t i c l e s .
Quote from: Bored chemist on 16/07/2020 19:40:41Do you mean the ones that start "D e f i n i n g P a r t i c l e s .Yes, that one. Ohly it is wrong: pi-minuses are single Riemann spheres. One quark forms the southern hemisphere and the other the northern.I produced an electron with q gluon on the equator and it calls itself a "stuck electron".
They can look at the title of the post.