Meme means ‘copy.’ Bio means ‘two.’ Biomemetics is (the study of) (the belief that) the tokenization of reality is a (continual) (and perpetual) copy of the number ‘two.’ Yin and yang, ancient, zero and one, modern.

A ‘meme’ is, technically, a copy (more technically, a copy of the number ‘two’). It looks (to Nature) like this:


The Derivation of ‘Meaning’

The meme has meaning because it is, most technically, the circular-linear relationship between, a ‘one’ and a ‘two’ (an observer and an observation).

Observation (Noun and Verb)

Thus, everything in Nature is a meme. Again, more technically, everything in Nature is a meme for the circular-linear relationship (of the numbers one and two). The word ‘Nature,’ then, is a meme for the word ‘circle.’ And, always, vice versa.

Constituent of Nature

Tokenization (Representation)

This explains tokenization and representation (tokenization as representation) (representation as tokenization). That is, we are, always, tokenizing our relationship with Nature (because Nature is, always, tokenizing its relationship with ‘us’).

Tokenization (Representation)

It is impossible to separate Nature and its constituents (Nature and its tokenizations), thus, the meme is able to communicate with Nature and its constituents (because, technically, Nature and its constituents communicate through a meme) (the meme is, always, a circular-linear relationship between an individual and a group) (again, more basically, a ‘one’ and a ‘two’) (an observer and an observation) (any alpha-numeric expression) (any algorithm) (any tokenization) (tokenization as a noun and tokenization as a verb).

Only a meme can communicate with a meme (meme is an ‘other’ word for ‘tokenization’ and, also, then, communication). Where all of us are memes creating (and communicating with) (tokenizing) memes.

The alphabet, and the number line, for example, are strings of characters, where the word string is a meme for a line, and a line is a meme for the diameter of a circle. So, all of the constituents of an alphabet, and-or a number line, are memes (tokenizations) (representations) for the circular-linear relationship between an individual and a group (Nature and its constituents).

Memes are mash-ups, mixes, and-or matches, of, (other) memes. This is because all memes are unified (tokenized, represented, communicated) by the diagram in this article (the conservation of a circle) (a zero and a one) (a circumference and a diameter).


So, for example, the word ‘Einstein’ (and, Einstein’s famous equation) is a meme for (and a tokenization of) a ‘very smart person.’ The photo above (and, thus, the diagram) is, also, a meme for a ‘very smart person.’ We are able to decode memes because we are, all of us, memes (tokenizations of) (the exact same circular-linear relationship) (very smart people).

Very Smart Person (Einstein) (Etc.)

Thus, Nature expands, and reduces, to the meme. Which is faster and easier to understand than a string of alphabetic or numeric characters (where all of the characters in any string, alphabetic or numeric) (symbols in general and specific), expand and reduce to one ‘zero’ and one ‘one’ (a circumference and a diameter) (the diagram). (It’s impossible to ‘escape’ the meme (the diagram) (the circular-linear relationship) if you, truly, want to understand Nature.)

Zero and-or One
Circumference and-or Diameter

The Meme and The Narrative

The meme (for a circle) (the circular-linear relationship) (yin and yang, ancient, zero and one, modern) is found in all narratives.

In media, for example, (0 (1) 0) is a meme for this narrative: Nature-man-Nature (man against Nature, Nature wins). Likewise, (1 (0) 1) (man against Nature, man wins).

The meme above can, also, be interpreted to mean ((01)(10)), man against Nature (or a constituent of Nature) (man against woman, for example) (or man against man, or man against institution) where both ‘win’ half-the-time (or, one-or-the-other wins all of the time) (it’s impossible to have a half without a whole) (a ‘two’ without a ‘one). Again, the meme is involved in everything.

Thus, all memes require one-one and one-zero (1) (0), and you can see, now, the narrative is exposed as the conservation of a circle, no matter how it is expressed (how it begins) (how it ends). This is because 1–0–1 is, also, a meme for ‘beginning-middle-end’ (again, all narratives), or ‘input-process-output (input-output-process).’ And here we can see the narrative can, easily, become chaotic, because, again, the meme ‘chaos’ is not possible without the meme ‘order’ (order-no-order) (1–0–1) again.

This explains magical thinking (also found in all narratives) (a meme for the conservation of a circle) (where we choose to see one side of a meme or the other). Where Nature is communicating with us and we are communicating with Nature (we our communicating with our ‘selves’) using the meme. (Read a book, watch a movie or a TV program, listen to music, go to a store, or an art museum) (you are communicating with a meme) (a meme is communicating with you) (in order to conserve the circular-linear nature of Nature).

(Parentheses (in any ‘language’) are an obvious example of a (circular-linear) meme.)

Confusion, Clarity, Complexity (Communication in General)

So, once you ‘think this through,’ it explains the confusion and the clarity in a complex communicative environment.

It, also, explains, why we are, all of us, moving toward a memetic reality that communicates a point of view (one side or the other), where both sides of a point of view are, always, communicated by the same meme (an observer makes a decision about which point of view (which observation) the meme communicates).

While the meme is, technically, a constant, the interpretation of the meme, is, always a variable (where, again, the meme is the circular-linear relationship between variable and constant (again, always, one and two)).

TIK (One)
TOK (Two)

Lovers of the meme are dependent on haters of the meme, and, always, vice versa. Because a meme is dependent on the circular-linear relationship between a lover and a hater (always, two observers)(in one way, or another, always, the number ‘two’)(the conservation of a circle).

Conservation of the Circle

Thus, the meme is a constituent of Nature (and the constituent of Nature is a meme) (the conservation of a circle).

Conservation of a Circle

Memetics move all of us to a simpler (and, thus a far more complex) understanding of Nature (complexes in all disciplines) (emojis, tik-toks, instagrams, texts, hashtags, tweets).

We’ve moved past ‘ancient’ thinking (which is based on ‘time,’ while Nature, and, therefore, Nature’s constituents, have no understanding of, and, thus, no requirement (no use) for, ‘time’) (where the word ‘time’ is a meme for ‘sequence,’ (and, always, vice versa) (again, the circular-linear relationship)).

Where an understanding of how (and why) memetics operates in Nature exposes the true meaning of Einstein’s equation (all equations) (all Einsteins).

Conservation of the Circle (memetics) (tokenization) (representation) is the core, and, thus, the only, dynamic in Nature. (For the memetic genius in you.) (For the memetic genius in all of us.) (The memetic genius called ‘Nature.’) The Universal System Architecture of Nature: Conservation of a Circle eBook : Yardley, Ilexa: Kindle Store Biomemetics: The Tokenization of Reality eBook : Yardley, Ilexa: Kindle Store Tokenization: The Key to Philosophy, Physics, and Psychology eBook : Yardley, Ilexa: Kindle Store The Virtual Persona: How artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and the universe, validate, and operate using, a singular identity. eBook : Yardley, Ilexa: Kindle Store

See, also, articles on Biomemetics

See, also, articles on Tokenization

See, also, articles on Representation

See, also, articles on Meme

See, also, articles on Self

See, also, articles on Virtual Persona

See, also, articles on Fundamentality, Universals, Abstraction, Identity, Complementarity

And, especially, You’d Better Understand Miranda

Music is (as is art in general), always, a meme (it demonstrates, and proves, the conservation, and the tokenization, of a circle) (life’s ups and downs) (the moodiness in all of us) (so, listen while you ‘think’) (while you interpret the meme for your ‘self’) (it doesn’t take much to remind you: you’ll hear a circle in the background) (no matter what you listen to) (no matter how you ‘interpret’ what you’re listening to):

To prove Nature is a memetic circle, watch (or, listen to) trees blowing in the wind, look closely, and you will see (hear) (feel) (observe) an always-present (always-moving) circle (circular-linear relationship) (memetics in action).



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