Subject: Quadrature of the circle (squaring thereof)

Date: 1 Sep 99 09:16:01 -0400 (EDT

Reductio Ad Absurdum and quadrature of the circle with a straight-edge and pair of compasses

It is impossible to square a circle with a straight-edge and pair of compasses on a perfectly flat plane when its radius is equal in length to the side of a rectangle that is equal in area to that circle being squared or when its diameter of 2*(2 to an exponent or power of 1,2,3,4,5...) units is a portion of the side of a rectangle that is equal in area to that circle being squared.

Because it is impossible for a spiral on a perfectly flat plane to intersect a straight line across it path.