To follow the point fully, you have to read what Creighton wrote — and if you want to see how bad it gets, look at his article in Nexus, where it’s nothing but his drawings.
Creighton’s entire argument is based on the absence of lines in this circle. Making it bigger than it is and making the pen strokes thinner than they are makes it look like Vyse could easily have put three lines into the circle, when in reality he’d be hard put to.
Creighton is fudging the data on a key point.
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