Everything You Learned About Mathematics is Only Half True

Zero and one is X and Y, diameter and circumference of a circle, virtual and real.

A line is both diameter and circumference, meaning two is the natural (only real) number.

We have to go back in time to cave dwellers to see where humans made the first (and most important) mathematics mistake.

That is, the cave and its dweller, the cave and the picture on its wall (anything the cave dweller did, and does) (any X and Y), share an uber-basic circle (symbolic representation, symbols in general are controlled by a hidden circle).

Therefore zero and one are one and two (always two), so mathematics is at most, and at least, half right (pi is the mandatory observer) (a hidden circle explains and controls movement) (any direction) (any source) (every direction, source) (Zeno’s paradox articulates a circle).

Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in nature.