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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I know that the vocabulary for topology/geometry is complex. Please bear with me if I'm not using the appropriate terminology. I'm trying to get a grasp on my question as much as I am trying to find an answer to it.

Is it possible for something to disperse throughout a spherical space if the basic stucture of that space is flat? I mean flat in 3-dimensions, like a lattice structure that is flat instead of curved.

I'll try rephrasing the question:

If the shape of space is spherical, does it matter whether or not it's geometry is flat or curved? If so, what are the consequences of each scenario?

Is it possible for something to disperse throughout a spherical space if the basic stucture of that space is flat? I mean flat in 3-dimensions, like a lattice structure that is flat instead of curved.

I'll try rephrasing the question:

If the shape of space is spherical, does it matter whether or not it's geometry is flat or curved? If so, what are the consequences of each scenario?