Ridiculously huge logical leaps combined with misinterpretations of fact and things that were just plain made up (check your facts on the dodecahedron thing).
The nonsense about creating certain shapes with this 'flower' was astounding. Because it seemed to ignore the hundreds if not thousands of other shapes you could create using lines in that pattern.
Oh look I made a square. People have been drawing squares for thousands of years! This must be a fundamental property of the universe!
You mention often how it's the basis for everything in existence, but the explanation for this is simply a cobbled together mess of statements about how you can make certain shapes with it (but not by any seemingly designed means, just by taking what circles fit what you want them to fit), and other equally spurious statements.
The most ridiculous assumption made is in the beginning of the talk where this so-called 'spirit' has to create its own area of consciousness by moving. But you just assume that after moving forward to the edge of its circle of consciousness, it would decide to double back and create a triangle of some sort.
But why would it double back? Why not move forward and expand its consciousness more than it would by moving back with the same distance moved? You offer no reason for this. Because that would create a straight line, rather than the circle that you want it to create. Because that would undermine your argument.
And then you top it all off with some nonsense about how aliens are flying here to mess with our crops to show us some fundamental property of the universe that we have apparently known for years, and then flying back home. Ignoring the much more reasonable explanation that these were done by people wanting to fuck with other people.