Talk:Clifton–Pohl torus

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This article doesn't explain james jack sh it[edit]

I know what a complete metric space is, but after reading this, I still don't know why this manifold isn't one. Explain it in words, not an equation. Give a diagram, even if it has complex-space or non-visible parts.

An equation is * NOT * an explanation in an encyclopedia. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Verdana Bold (talkcontribs) 21:23, 1 June 2014 (UTC)