Re: Does Geometry prove a God's Existence?
i read ur post and am familiar with that.. the concept that im getting at is that the concept of 180 degrees is still a humanoid construct. so it doesnt matter if we adhere to euclidean, Lobachevsky, or Reumanian. but i understand ur point.
the concept of a triangle is a symbolic humanoid construct... the value assigned to it is arbitrary (within the realm of whatever mathematical system is adhered to)
triangles existing or uniform mathematical concept existing, does not offer evidence for a higher power... (ur post proved this)
i didnt ignore ur post