(Why) You can’t use words or numbers to describe Nature.
You can’t use words or numbers to describe Nature. You have to use this diagram:
It explains the relative nature of nature. And, also, more importantly, the circular nature of nature. You can use any word (or number) with this diagram to explain the word (and-or the number) (any symbol).
The diagram shows, clearly, the circular relationship between an individual and a group, explaining either, and-or, both. Any individual, in any group, shares a circular relationship with ‘group’ (the minimum-maximum ‘group’ is the number ‘two’). Meaning, every ‘individual’ is a ‘group’ (and vice versa) as demonstrated, and proven, in the diagram above.