I agree with you, partially, based on 3d Euclidean geometry. Look at the cube from the outside, 6 faces - one surface, look at the cube from the inside 6 faces again, but a different surface.

now if the cube is a solid that inner surface actually becomes an inner point.

Now if the cube is a box, and you consider origami, you can unfold it to a cuboid of two surfaces separated by an undefined thickness, now a solid cuboid with a point in the middle for the inner surface.

Which means that if you keep doing that you are left with something very thin and spread out with a point in the centre. Reverse this and everything folds into itself into the same point.

So geometrically a cube has one surface and an inner point, and materially the mass can fold into itself to this inner point.

Then my brain starts to hurt. How many threads can you have in the cube before it starts to become unstable.

Anyway I'm happy for you to get the prize of the OP7.....I'll hang on for a later version, which will be foldable.

Oh, and as for Schroedinger, his hypothesis had one fatal flaw in it. Everyone knows you can't own a cat....the cat left him....and went to spend some time with Freud!

It was just an elaborate story he made up to keep face when his neighbour said, I haven't seen your cat for a while.

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