Why (and How) Belief Drives Us

X and Y are why and how belief and non-belief function.

The intersection of X and Y conserve a line, diameter of a circle.

Belief in anything is both how and why we operate. A choice in any direction makes the opposing choice real.

Therefore, eventually, we learn to choose carefully.

Because, whatever we believe is true is true (and, also, false) (true and false conserve a circle) (belief and non-belief) (how and why) (X and Y articulate a circle) (why and why-not) (impossible to win) (an argument).

Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in nature.