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    If you were a geometric shape what would you like to be? Why?

    Post a pic of the shape if it's not a common one, pleaseandthankyou.


    (saw this question on a website)
     
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    I would like to be a Mobius strip.
     
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    I'd be a chiliagon. 1) it has an awesome name 2)Descartes mentions it in one of his meditations, and his meditations have proven to be an influential piece of philosophical work.
     
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    Post pics!!!
     
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    +1 and a circle.

    because you can never know the beginging and end of a Mobius strip and it seems like it has two sides, but they're actually one side.

    and circle, because it's considered to be the most perfect and beautiful shape. The Greeks believed that beautiful things come in circles or spheres. :becky:
     
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    A uniform polyhedra. Many shapes = many facets. but i'm not as complicated though ;)

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    Fractal image of circular infinity

    Why? I always liked the ways light is parted, but infinity is supposed to not have a beginning or end. I like to think it's symbol can and often does, though they may not be the same.
    I like its meaning as it cannot be measured, yet is accepted.
     
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    probably a Triangle, or a Icosahedron.
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    edit: changed my mind
     
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