Three rings (planar circles) are "linked" together, but you'll notice that none is directly linked with another.
- The red ring is "behind" the yellow.
- The yellow ring is "behind" the blue.
- The blue ring is "behind" the red.
Still, while none is intertwined with another, it is impossible to pull them apart.
Is this a paradox?
Can this really be built?
Still, while none is intertwined with another
Well, That makes my idea completly and utterly false. Because none are intertwined, then my theory dosn't work. So I come to the conclusion that it would be impossible. Silverknight, when you post a slolution, be darned sure to explain why ;-).