# The Truth About Nature: Nature Doesn’t Count

Jul 1, 2017 · 1 min read

*Zero and one is one and two, proving we have mathematics wrong.*

Zero and one is one and two, proving we have mathematics wrong. Nature doesn’t count. The binary system shares a circular relationship with the decimal system, meaning zero has to be one (at least, and at most, half-the-time).

From nature’s point of view, then, half-the-time is all-the-time.

And this is great for humans. It means the two-state-system and the three-state-system share a circular relationship (are, from nature’s point of view, the same). And this explains everything (solves all the problems in physics) (and mathematics).