No, trins follow the council of Nicea's pattern of recognizing 3 distinct persons, squeezing them into one divine being. It is not your idea, but someone else's.
You modern trins simply follow them like lemmings.
This is the peril of abandoning the scripture for commentary.
The real question is why are you jumping back and forth between reasonable statements and mischaracterizations of the Trinity? Four quarters is one dollar, but no one in their right mind would conclude from such 4 = 1. Likewise, 3 distinct persons recognized as one divine being doesn't imply 3 = 1. If I were you, I would drop the purposeful mischaracterizations. Trinitarians simply follow the biblical pattern of recognizing three distinct persons who are the one true God. Any argument that doesn't start with the text itself as its foundation is inherently missing the mark.
By the way,
Isn't it a good thing that isn't my idea? Shouldn't our theology come from Scripture, not ourselves?
Lemmings? The question is who is correct, not how people are following.
What makes you think I'm abandoning Scripture for commentary? That's where this discussion should be, not with you endlessly condemning me without a reference to Scripture at all for months.