The Pile-On Fumble

How Nature communicates with ‘us.’

Photo by Nathan Shively on Unsplash

There was a typical ‘pile-on’ fumble that was pretty-much impossible to call at one of this year’s play-off events. That is, one team lost the ball, its team recovered it by sitting on the ball, but that did not prevent the other team, and the fumbling team, to ‘pile-on’ the ball.

Fumble — One Team
Pile-On — Two Teams

Three-Two-One

Imagine, to your ‘self,’ the referee(s) become involved, and, also the ‘camera’s.’ You can see a re-run of the whole ‘event.’

Team One — Team Two — Team Three
Referees and Cameras

Again (and again) (and again) the diagram shows the numbers one-two-three (pi-diameter-circumference) no matter how many times you re-run the fumble (either with the video or in your mind).

One-Two-Three
Pi-Diameter-Circumference

It is possible to ‘call the play’ where a very definite sequence (say 3–1–2) is involved.

Three-Two-One (Three-One-Two)

Two-Three-One

No matter the call, the diagram stays constant, and everything else is variable.

Constant
Variable

This article illustrates how Nature communicates with us (for us) (to us). Where Nature is unable to separate its ‘self’ from ‘us.’

Nature
Nature With and-or Without ‘Us’

It also illustrates how, and why, people get into arguments that involve ‘sequence.’

One and Two

One-Two-Three

It’s all because Nature is unable to separate variables and constants.

Zero and One (Zeroes and Ones)
Variable and Constant (Variables and Constants)

It proves, obviously, there is only one variable and one constant in Nature. It’s called Conservation of the Circle. However, as the diagrams above prove, you can call it any name you want (any and all ideas that are able to be expressed, symbolically, with words and-or numbers (any symbol) articulate(s), and must conserve, an uber-simple circle (the diagram)).

There is, always, a circle between an individual and a group.

Individual and Group (Individual or Group)

Unit (and-or Units)

This means all behavior, no matter how many individuals, and-or, groups, articulates a circle.

Behavior

This is why, and, also, how, a metaphor communicates the unification factor (conservation of a circle) in Nature.

This means we can divide up any unit into sub-units, and we can multiply any unit by other units, meaning we can add units and-or subtract units, and these actions (add, subtract, multiply, divide) are made possible by, and, must articulate, and, thus explain, the unit (in any discipline) (made of any material). Meaning the constant (and, therefore, the result) is, always, the conservation of a circle.

Unit and Units
Conservation of a Circle

Conservation of the Circle is the core, and, therefore, the only, constant (and variable) (the only dynamic) in Nature. Explaining: the metaphor. Behavior in all systems.

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Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in Nature.

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