Why We Argue

Ilexa Yardley
Oct 16 · 2 min read

The circle is (always) conserved. Explaining anger, in general.

Human (Nature) (Photo by Jared Sluyter on Unsplash)

Complementarity is the basis for identity. Because duplicity is essential for reality. This explains why we argue. (Anger, in general.)

Complementary identity.
Duplicitous reality. (The argument, in general.)

Yin and yang is (any and every) X and Y. Because zero and one is circumference and diameter. Giving us the basis for technology. And, also, psychology (‘reality’ in general)

Meaning we go ‘round’ and ‘round in circles. No matter what we do. No matter which side of an ‘argument’ we take. The argument is unavoidable.

Yin and yang.
Zero and one.
Circumference and diameter.

Explaining human nature. (Nature (and the human) in general.) (Why we’re forced to ‘argue.’) (In order to survive.)

Human
Nature

Conservation of the circle explains the argument because conservation of the circle explains everything. (Eliminating the need for arguments.) (If you want to ‘go there…’)

The Circular Theory

Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in Nature.

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The Circular Theory

Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in Nature.

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