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

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

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

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

*Pi-diameter-circumference controls reality. All you need to know if you want to understand ‘everything…’*

*One zero equals one one.*

When we say that ‘one zero’ equals ‘one one’ we are calling attention to the fact that the equal sign (in any system, algorithmic and-or logarithmic) (any ‘operation’) (arithmetic, geometric, and-or, algebraic) articulates (and, thus, conserves) a circle.

That is, rotation, revolution, and-or radiation (any…

*What it teaches us about ‘reality….’*

Everything occurs in ‘pairs’ (as referenced on Noah’s ark) (in ancient myth, all religions). Yin and yang (ancient) is zero and one (modern). …

*Why reversion to the mean controls finance (and physics, by the way).*

*Euphoria** and panic signal observation errors by humans, and proof for the circular theory (**conservation of a circle as the core dynamic in Nature**).*

Humans overestimate, and underestimate, by a factor of five. We know this because the…

*How it will reshape all of us. What it teaches us about Nature.*

We share a circular-linear relationship with Nature. That is, we are a constituent of Nature. No matter what we do (how we think) (what we say). …

*Yesterday and today prove the conservation of a circle. Therefore, you are (always) using circular logic to prove (and present) your ideas.*

It is not possible to get away from, or move away from (overcome), the interdependence of the ‘zero,’ and-or, the ‘one.’ You need both to have either. This…

*Relativity gets us nothing as far as (human) reality is concerned.*

*The fact that everything is relative to everything else is, definitely, not a new idea. Einstein didn’t invent this idea. Neither did Heisenberg (or Born or Bohr or **Schrödinger**) (or any of the modern theoretical physicists).*

*And its relationship to technology (and physics).*

*A full understanding of the **cryptic-universe** is our way to economic freedom, but not without a ‘cost.’ The ‘cost’ of learning a new way to think about reality (especially, from a ‘physics’ point of view). …*

*Conservation of a circle.*

There is a circular-linear relationship between an individual and a group. And this applies, naturally, to all individuals and groups. Explaining complexity: