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Puzzles and Paradoxes
anonymous. 1988.  Facts and Faith 2(2):6. CELD ID 6241

Abstract
At least a few of you figured out that the answer lies in moving from two dimensions to three. When the triangle spins, becoming a three-dimensional object-namely a cone-then it may be seen as a circle from either above or below or at any place you slice through it (parallel to its base, perpendicular to its axis). See what a difference an added dimension can make? Just begin to imagine the possibilities that exist in God's extra dimensions beyond the four (length, width, height, and time) with which we are familiar!