Main Question or Discussion Point
Hi, as we know all objects must be three dimensional. If there is two dimensional "object" or "shape" in the universe, "it" will not look different from space or nothing as "it" is neither thick nor thin. Mathematicians calling "it" as a "surface" but "it" have zero thickness, isn't it a contradiction to call that which has no thickness as a surface? Not to mention that two dimensional plane is extended infinitely inplying that "it" don't have shape. So, if "it" extended infinitely and have zero thickness "it" is just the same as nothing (that which has no shape) and "it" can only be assumed to "exist" in abstraction only. Any thoughts?