You're right, it won't be equal to what it was. (It's always equal to itself. For it not ot be would be impossible.) But the reason it wont be equal to what it was it because it's no longer a sphere. A sphere can't be rotated in any manner that makes it look like it's no longer a sphere (you know what I mean). The way a sphere is defined makes it impossible. No it doesn't. It applies to anything. Matter, space, logic itself, anything. What?! The object is changing itself to fit the space around it? What do you mean? OK, if you're changing the space around it, and not the sphere itself, then the sphere hasn't changed so it's still the same. So it still rotates and appears to be a sphere... am I missing something? Now that's a logical impossiblity. That's a paradox, and is by definition, impossible. The day when 1 = something other than one is the day I shoot myself in the head! Huh? You're right, it is contradictory, which is why it's impossible! You're not making sense! You're saying it's possible, then impossible! And how the heck do you figure it would make a singularity? Never mind. Bingo! You can't! Which is exactly why some things in this universe are impossible, because some things are constants! Good. I welcome criticism as well. Constructive criticism is good. Noting impossibilities? Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! I guess it's 'cause I wasn't around! Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!