What the ‘Data’ Tells Us


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X and Y is zero and one (0 and 1).

Zero and One

Zero and one is zero or one.


This ‘tells’ us ‘what the data tells us.

Circumference and Diameter (0(1)0)

There is a mandatory ‘circle’ between (and surrounding) any X and-or Y.


Proving ‘pi’ is the only observer (a circle is the background state for everything) (50–50 is the constant, not just the norm) (the constant norm).

Proving data tells us ‘nothing.’ (Zero is circumference.)

Nothing and-or Something

Meaning, a human can interpret data any way he and-or she wants. This tells us ‘nothing.’ Or, something. Depending on your ‘point of view…’

Conservation of the circle is the core (only) dynamic in Nature. Explaining the genesis and the irrelevance of ‘data.’





Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in Nature.

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