Originally posted by kitripperThe three lines would intersect at right angles. However it wouldn't be a triangle because a triangle has to be two dimensional I think, and the path would move in three dimensions. Right?
White. It has to be a polar bear. The only place on earth it would be possible to walk those dimensions and end up where you started. However, my friend matt is being dumb and saying that it would be a right angled triangle. No it wouldn't, matt, not with the way lines of longitude and latitude work. Be quiet. I tihnk ur wrong.
Originally posted by kitripperActually, there are an infinite number of places on the planet where it will work. However, the North Pole is the only location on the earth where it can happen that is inhabited by bears.
I forgot to say what I meant. The only place that would work would be on the north pole.