Ellips of the Ellipsis

What’s the difference between a circle and an oval?

A foci and a center.

A constant and a repeated succession.

A viscous form of arguement in which the conclusion is virtually assumed to prove the premise, and then the premise made to prove the conclusion.

Arguement in Circle.

A circle and a sphere is a matter of an extra dimension leading axis to become.

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2 thoughts on “Ellips of the Ellipsis”

    1. Yes. That is a circular arguement. A premise derived to support a singular conclusion. And, the only conclusion one can derive is based on the presumption of the premise.

      Thanks for the time in mind, OG.

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