Piece 3: The Gate to the Silver Fields

“The Gate to the Silver Fields”

As any true mathematician knows, there is no such thing as perfect math, as there will always be an anomaly. This is why Pi and Phi is infinite in the mathematical nature. One cannot ever use the concept of infinity in any given function and expect a defined certain outcome of precise value, as it neglects the very principle of the infinite nature. This is the beauty in imperfection, as the imperfection constantly forces the process of natural creation forward, continuously defining new sequences in the expression.

Basically all functional math are based on binary symmetry, where the basic structure builds on geometrical functions of corners and lines. You can make a functional system out of the triangle, square, hexagon and octagon and so on, but you cannot make a defined certain function out of a circle. The circle itself lays the foundation of irrational math, because it is not binary, but rather unified and evolving without set corners and lines. A circle in and of itself are imperfect, whilst the binary function are perfect in its current definition and expression. If you want to master the underlying theory of math, study the circle; if you want to master a system, then study the binary nature of geometry.

If you fail to distinguish between the theoretical concept and the practical concept of infinity, which are intertwined, although they take on different expressions in the intellectual realm, what is the point of you being alive? Because the only alternative to understanding those concepts is you being slave to an intellectual system. If you cannot perceive outside your own system, regardless of how intricate or integrated it might be, you are nothing but a slave. You see, outside the box there is a much larger box.