Zero and one is circumference and diameter. Explaining behavior. All systems.
Zero and one is circumference and diameter.
Universal System Architecture
This produces a universal system architecture.
Providing the basis for the arithmetic ‘numbers’ ‘one’ and ‘two.’ And, therefore, mathematics, and physics, in general. Sequence, and reproduction, in general.
Movement, Any Scale
This gives us the basis for ‘movement.’ At any scale.
Identity and Complementarity
It, also, explains what humans articulate as ‘existence.’ What mathematicians articulate as identity. And, complementarity.
Where you need both to have either. Meaning, the diagram articulates the coupling constants called ‘and’ and ‘or.’ And, more importantly, pi.
Where the diagram explains how a human is able to identify (isolate) a unit. Any unit. Every unit. At all sizes, speeds, scales.
Explaining causation, in general.
Where pi, then, is in control of, what a human labels, ‘reality.’ Nature, in general.
Giving us a ‘universal’ background state for everything.
Thus, the conservation of a circle is the basis for the number ‘two.’ Which gives us the basis for everything else.
We are seeing this, more clearly, now, in technology.
Explaining intelligent autonomy. And, also, the qubit.
Which further explains both superfluidity, and superconductivity.
All dependent on an uber-simple ‘circuit.’ More correctly (technically) identified, now, ‘circle.’ In arithmetic, the number ‘two.’
If Circumference, Then Diameter
Where, if you draw a circle, you cannot say whether you have drawn a circumference or diameter. Meaning you have to have both in order to have either.
Thus, whenever ‘we’ identify a dynamic, we are calling upon this diagram. Because, from pi’s point of view (the background state, universal system architecture) zero is both zero and one (see above). Giving us the basis for the binary system (technology) and the decimal system (finance).
Pi negotiates, mediates, and is dependent on, everything in Nature, so that it can ‘conserve’ itself. In the background. As a universal ‘system’ ‘architecture.’
All About the ‘Diagram’ (Di = Two)
Explaining the importance, and the usefulness, of the diagram.
Ilexa Yardley is the author and the editor of The Circular Theory.
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