KaaS: Knowledge as a Service
You need a zero for a one… And vice versa…
You need a zero for a one, and vice versa, and this will, definitely, cause an argument. Because a zero and a one are, most decidedly, circumference and diameter. Any X and Y articulate (and, thus, conserve) a circle.
How do we know this?
Well, the truth is, we don’t know (for sure). Which is why we can sell it as a service. Humans sell knowledge based on facts which are based on numbers (mathematics, universally) which are assumed to be factual. When, in actuality, there is no such thing as fact (a fact is just one circle) (a zero vs a one).
So, this is circular. Isn’t it?
Again, another argument. Supporting the view, you need a zero for a one, zero and one is circumference and diameter, literally and figuratively, and, yes, you can sell this as a service. Knowledge. As a service.