Zero and one are circumference and diameter (circle and line).

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This is the literal interpretation of quantum mechanics: zero and one are circumference and diameter (circle and line):

How technology is answering our deepest questions about ‘reality.’

“Everything we call real is made of things that cannot be regarded as real. If quantum mechanics hasn’t profoundly shocked you, you haven’t understood it yet.” ― Niels Bohr

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Circular Theory and the Notion of ‘Reality’

We need a new way to ‘think’ about (visualize) ‘reality’ since an underlying ‘fluctuation’ (oscillation) (cyclical behavior) is known to all of us, but ‘elusive’ to mathematics (and, therefore, the systems we use to study, and-or, engage with, what we call, ‘reality’).

Explaining why, technically, we are, always, experiencing (and, therefore, living in) a ‘cryptic’ universe. Where, everything in Nature, technically, is…

We are smarter than we think we are. But not smarter than Nature.

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There are several ‘illusions’ that we all live by. In fact, we’re taught them, all of them, in school.


These ‘illusions’ start, and end, with ‘mathematics.’ The whole idea that mathematics can deliver a perfect (or ‘better’) idea about ‘reality.’

Proving, eventually, and even ‘now,’ we are all smarter than we think we are.

First of all, let’s just get right to the point. The thing we’re told we are carrying around in our heads, our brains, is, also called, or thought of, as, our mind.


Magical thinking gets us into and out of non-productive situations.

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Magical thinking gets us into, and out of, non-productive situations.

This is because we live an imaginary life. No matter what we do.

And this is because the reasoning behind life, all of it, is the tokenization of a circle.

A circuit joins, and separates, and, therefore, is responsible for, any X and-or Y.

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A circuit joins, and separates, and, therefore, is responsible for, any X and-or Y:

Yin and yang (ancient) is zero and one (modern). Polarization in every relationship is Nature’s strategy for survival.

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A circle joins, and separates, and, therefore, is responsible for, any X and-or Y.

Yin and Yang

Yin and yang (ancient) is zero and one (modern) (circumference and diameter) (literally and figuratively). Meaning ‘two’ is the minimum, and the maximum, (the only), number in Nature. Known to all of us as 50–50 everything.

Future Computers: Universal System Architecture

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Today’s computers can be considered ‘junk boards’ as compared to future computers which will be based on this ‘Universal System Architecture:’

We are not going to survive. And, basically, we all know this.

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Denial of Death

The Denial of Death, written by, Pulitzer Prize winner, Ernest Becker, points out, succinctly (just read the title, forget about the book), mankind, and man in general (men and women in general), must deny the reality of death in order to survive. He says we all engage in a ‘causa sui’ project (a meaning-for-life project) while we are, patiently, waiting to die.

He is a little more eloquent, and measured in his argument, since his book was written, most basically, for an academic audience. However, the message is…

Yep. Figure it out for your ‘self.’

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Reality operates on the core assumption that pi-diameter-circumference articulates an uber-simple (always-present) (continually-conserved) circle.

The Computing ‘Cycle’

Thus, the basic ‘computer’ (computing) ‘cycle’ is, most basically, a circle (pi-diameter-circumference).

This gives us the basis for a hash function, and, thus a hash ‘graph.’ Where a hash, a function, and a graph, require, all of them, a string of characters in a line (more technically, on a line) (as a line). Where a line is always both (would not be possible without the) diameter and circumference of a circle (one zero and one one):

Ilexa Yardley

Author, The Circular Theory

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