Solve a Problem by Adding a Dimension

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Solve a Problem by Adding a Dimension

Take your 2D problem and look down on it from 3D. Two people are involved in an argument. You are mediating. Or maybe you are one of the disputants. They go back and forth, left and right, right and left. No matter which way you move it around in the plane of the argument there is no way to get the two sides together.