Before we can figure out how (where, when, why) to apply technology, we have to figure out how (and why) it fits into nature.
Reality is circular (and linear as well) and we can prove this, easily, because, from a human’s point of view, a line is diameter of a circle. From the circle’s point of view, diameter is circumference.
This is because between (and around) any X and-or Y, a line is both diameter (and circumference) of a circle. Which means, quite literally, a line is a circle (and vice versa). Draw a line or a circle (yourself). You cannot say whether either is circumference or diameter (you need both to have either) (there is a circular relationship between the drawer and the drawing) (the circle reproduces and conserves itself via , any action) (noun, verb, subject, object).
This means zero and one are circumference and diameter, literally and figuratively, and the ‘code’ (string of any length) is a circle. Literally. Yes. This takes some time to think about, and it clarifies (and breaks the law of) identity. The number ‘two’ is the basis for reality. 50–50 is the constant and 50–50 is the norm (law of least resistance) (best use).