Source: Deep Learning on Medium
Honesty: Is There Such A Thing?
You know the answer to this question. For sure.
Maybe you don’t want to know about the universe. That it’s actually a circle. And that this circle can only be diagrammed ‘one’ way.
What is a ‘Universe?’
This is because you are taught to ‘believe’ in the ‘idea’ called ‘Universe.’ That is ‘out there.’ It’s ‘very big.’ And, you are, ‘small.’
Meaning, as you very well know, you cannot have the concept ‘big’ without the concept ‘small.’
This proves, again, as you very well know, there is no such thing as ‘truth’ about the Universe. That is, a universe is big, and, from someone’s point of view, then, it has to be ‘very small…’
An Uber-Present Circle
Meaning, if you take the time to think this through, the conservation of a circle is what gives us ‘big’ and ‘small.’
Because you cannot have the number ‘one’ without the number ‘two.’
Throwing the whole idea of ‘honesty’ out the window. And bringing the ‘real’ idea called ‘truth’ into view.
What is Truth?
Meaning, there is not such thing as ‘truth,’ even from a conventional point of view.
Explaining why it is impossible for any ‘one’ to be ‘honest’ about anything, no matter what their (or your) point of view.
Explaining, also, why everybody ‘knows’ it’s 50–50 everything, no matter how you slice the dice. Because the overwhelming ‘basis’ point for everything is the arithmetic number ‘two.’
An Always-Conserved Circle
Explaining why the diagram is necessary if you want to understand the whole idea called ‘two.’ Meaning, the constant, and the norm, for everything, is the simple number ‘two.’
It’s the conservation of an uber-simple circle that explains, and, therefore, controls, the ‘point of view….’
Checking Out and Validating Your Own ‘Point of View…’
So, there you are. When someone starts a sentence with the word, ‘honestly,’ you have to pay attention. To the opposing ‘point of view…’
Conservation of the circle is the core (only) dynamic in Nature. (A circle has no knowledge of the ‘human’ term ‘honest.’) Which explains how you know, yourself, always, and everywhere, ‘two’ points of view.
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