The circular relationship between constant and variable (always and never).
We’re always living in half-time. Whether we ‘know’ it or not. And, whether we ‘believe’ it or not. Half-time looks like this (to Nature) (and, to us, if we want to ‘go there…’).
This is because zero and one is, literally, and, figuratively, 0, and, or, 1 (circumference and diameter).
The Constant-Variable (One and Two)
This is because there is a circular relationship between any X and Y (X and X) (X and X’).
Explaining why everything is 50–50. No matter how you roll (circulate) the dice.
Meaning ‘two’ is the ‘magic’ number. (Required number.) (Constant number.)
The Complementary-Identity (Zero and One)
Therefore, we are only ‘half-way’ there (whenever we are going somewhere, since we have to, go somewhere else, or, return to where we came from). Even though this diagram proves, no matter where we ‘go,’ we are always, from at least one point of view, in the same place (we take our ‘self’ with us).
Where pi articulates itself as an underlying ‘line,’ which is always both diameter and circumference of a circle.
The Circumferential-Diameter (Diametric Circle)
Meaning, if you are asked to draw a circle, you will, normally, draw a circumference, without, fully realizing, you have, necessarily drawn a diameter. Where one is ‘showing,’ while the other ‘hides.’ One is ‘concrete’ while the other is ‘abstract.’ Because you cannot have ‘one’ without the ‘other.’
Meaning, mathematicians and physicists (all of ‘us’) need to use this diagram if they want to draw a circle. And-or. If they want to draw a ‘line.’ Or, if they, simply, want to understand what’s going on (in Nature, and ‘reality.’)
Exposing, why half-the-time I like you. And the other half, definitely, not so much (and this applies to every complementary pair) (any you and me) (know it or not) (like it or not).
The Always-Never Half-Time
Meaning, all of us are ‘always’ and ‘never’ at the very same ‘time’ (half X-half Y). Why, half-the-time, we don’t believe in ‘time.’ Because, technically, there’s no such thing as time (just an uber-simple circle) (that can do nothing else but ‘circle’) (circle as a noun) (circle as a verb).