How can you tell if an object has been turned inside out? It sounds like a stupid question but I'm not sure it is so simple.

From a design standpoint: is something inside out because of the way it functions? E.g. a metal pot with a lip that tapers inward and has handles on the inside.

Or is eversion (the state of being inside out) a function of memory? E.g. we remember how an object looks in its "right" state so we can, based on that memory, imply the everted state.

Or is eversion logical? E.g. why would a pot have handles on the inside?

Or is eversion an act? Is it possible to create something that is turned inside out, or is it just a non-everted object imitating an object in its everted state, created in reaction to memory and logical function?

And further can an object with no open sides (besides a sphere) even be flipped inside out? E.g. a pencil or a piece of paper

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