# Fear of ‘Big’ Numbers

The difference between a billion and a trillion. The ‘circular’ economy.

The difference between a billion and a trillion is three ‘zeroes.’ Meaning, if you understand the ‘zero’ you know there is no difference between a billion and a trillion. A zero and a one (the basis for a ‘circular’ economy).

It looks like this:

Meaning, any number is a zillion, and (or) a trillion. From a ‘circle’s point of view. Adding three zeroes to a ‘number’ in the ‘decimal’ system is the same as, and, also, different from, adding one zero in the ‘binary’ system. Where there is a mandatory circular relationship between the decimal and the binary system (both require a zero and a one).

So, you have to know what ‘system’ you are ‘in.’ Or, using. To ‘evaluate’ (valuate) a (the) number.

Where ‘value’ is, always, a personal (relative) point of view.

Again, to take it back to basics, zero and one is circumference and diameter. Literally and figuratively. Explaining radiation, rotation, revolution (the basics of any universe).

Meaning, any symbol is represented by (represents) the diagram above.

This takes some time to ‘notice.’ ‘Understand.’ Realize (materialize). Again, assuming you believe in ‘time.’

Where, again, the diagram, above, proves, there is ‘no such thing’ as ‘time.’

Where there is, always, a circular relationship between time and space (time and the materialization of time). Time and the ‘monetization’ of time.

Where ‘monetization’ is a ‘relative’ term, again, according to the ‘system’ you are ‘in’. According to the ‘system’ you decide to ‘use.’ To ‘materialize’ a system.

This takes us to ‘fear’ of big numbers. Where, it’s easy to materialize a ‘system’ with ‘big’ numbers (Google, Facebook, Amazon). And, therefore, then, it is, also, just as easy to de-materialize the same ‘system’ (cyberterrorism) (privacy issues) (fear of big government, big institutions, any authority).

So, this explains, technically, and, realistically, why, by far, and wide, most people have no interest in dealing with the ‘biggest’ numbers. They know, underneath it all, according to the diagram above, big and small are relative ‘values.’ Meaning half-the-time, big is very ‘small’ (and, always, vice versa).

So, we are, all of us, bound by the relative value of an underlying ‘circle’ explaining the interest in a ‘circular economy.’ More, realistically, characterized as ‘the expectations economy’. Where all of us are interested in ‘knowing more’ about the ‘zero and the one.’ Where they come from. How they ‘operate.’ Again, use the diagram above, to ‘see’ this (understand it more fully).