If it was possible to give the world a geometrical shape, would it be a circle around a center – like a nest weaved around a little room where chicklings hatch?

On a square cylinder with width, depth and height on a rotating axis of time, I then sketched all kinds of houses from all over the world in a circle on its outside surface and placed at its center the Middle East.

Looking at the world a fresh in this way, the Middle East becomes the diameter that holds the circumference of the circle together. To my surprise, it forms the the mathematical symbol for angular momentum – theta: θ – that drives a spinning circle where not a wing is lifted or a peep is made.