# The Conservation of Chaos

50–50 is the constant… and the norm….

It’s obvious, today, that chaos is required for order and, always, vice versa. This is because any X and Y articulate an uber-simple circle. Therefore, chaos is, as we all know, half-the-time, unavoidable.

## Half-and-Half

This is because, from a circle’s point of view, half-and-half is half-and-whole.

Meaning 50–50 is the (obvious) constant (and the norm).

Therefore, we can’t avoid chaos. It’s present all the time, yet noticeable, only half-the-time. That is, it’s noticeable, whenever you decide to ‘notice’ it.

## Half-and-Whole

This explains why all of us are comfortable with chaos, exactly, half-the-time. No more. No less.

Challenging the mathematics you are taught (to believe in) in school.

Where ‘pi’ is, technically, and ‘realistically,’ the only ‘observer…’ Known to all of us as ‘mind…’

## Chaos and Control

This means we all have complete control as to how we ‘interpret’ data (the data we are given). It also explains why scientists cannot deliver reliable (perfectly ‘true’) answers. And, why, when chaos surfaces, we seek ‘control.’

Explaining why we all know, despite what we see on ‘TV,’ we can believe half-of-whatever-we-are-told (whatever we observe is half-the-time flawed).

Meaning, chaos is conserved (unavoidable) because… zero and one is circumference and diameter. Literally and figuratively.

Conservation of the Circle is the core (only) dynamic in Nature. Think: 50–50 everything. Everything changes. Nothing changes. Therefore, chaos. Thus, control.

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## More from The Circular Theory

Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in Nature.

## Ilexa Yardley

Author, The Circular Theory