# Winners and Losers (From Nature’s Point of View)

Yin and yang (ancient) is zero and one (modern). Circumference and diameter of an uber-simple circle.

Yin and yang (ancient) is zero and one (modern). Circumference and diameter of an uber-simple circle. Complementarity is the basis for identity because duplicity is the basis for any (every) ‘unit.’

## Complementary Identity

This means you cannot have yin without yang, zero without one, circumference without diameter, complementarity without identity, duplicity without a unit. Meaning life, in general, is an even 50–50.

This explains why, and proves, you are a ‘winner,’ especially, and, always, when, you are a ‘loser.’ Meaning, all of us are ‘winners’ and ‘losers,’ 50–50. Half-the time.

Meaning, no matter how many times you ‘lose,’ there is, always, an ‘other’ game. Explaining why we all keep ‘playing.’ Whether we like it or not. Whether we know it or not.

## Relative Identity

Therefore, over time, it is easy to understand, and, eventually, exploit, the ‘symmetry’ of ‘reality.’

Meaning, it is impossible not to ‘win the game.’ At least once. Even if only ‘once.’ This is what Andy Warhol meant when he said ‘every body has 15 minutes of ‘fame.’

That is, Nature doesn’t really know the number ‘three.’ It operates on the number ‘two.’ Where the numbers ‘two’ and ‘three’ articulate the exact same ‘reality.’

## Observational Identity

That is, we’re all winners, and losers, as proven, and demonstrated, above, so, it’s up to us, how we see ourselves. And, others.

And that’s all there is to the ‘game’ called ‘life.’ Nature ‘wins’ no matter who ‘wins’ and-or ‘loses.’

Conservation of the circle is the core (only) dynamic in Nature.

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Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in Nature.

## Ilexa Yardley

Author, The Circular Theory