Greatest Discovery of All Time: Something Everybody Knows

Einstein's General Relativity, Conservation of the Circle, and Common Sense

Nov 02, 2015, 08:30 ET from

DALLAS, Nov. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Is Einstein's general relativity, now one hundred years old, the greatest discovery of all time?  'Common Sense,' a recently released book by Ilexa Yardley (, answers this question with an affirmative 'yes.' Available now through, 'Common Sense' shows Einstein's special theory of relativity (c2=e/m) is based on conservation of a circle (pi=c/d), proving it is 'Common Knowledge' (another book by Yardley) the core assumption in nature is the number 'two.' 

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Meaning, two-not-one (a hidden circle) is the core dynamic in physics, psychology, biology, and technology, what we know in mathematics as the variable, and, in reality, as perpetual uncertainty. Nature's odds? 50-50. Something all of us rely on as a core assumption.

Two (not-one), duplication and negation, a hidden circle in the background, according to Yardley's books, is what we use for everything, including observation and measurement, perpetual motion and absolute zero, and this is something everybody knows says Yardley. However, common sense can be confusing. Check through her titles on Amazon to see this. "We use many words to describe the same simple dynamic," Yardley says, "producing continual opposition, which is basic physics."

Redundancy and Repetition
Thus, according to Yardley, the formal description for general relativity, like all mathematical descriptions, suffers from the problem of redundancy (repeating constants) when, in nature, there is only one constant, which, confusingly, humans interpret as two constants.

Constant Opposition
'Continual opposition and perpetual change is the constant all around us, proving circularity is real, thus the constant is a variable and the variable is a constant, and this describes (and proves) circular logic is necessary if you want to get to the truth.' Complementarity is the basis for identity, any system, so an asset is always a liability, and vice versa, and this explains everything.

Universal Relativity, Uncertainty, Entanglement and Intelligence
The notion that everything is connected by pi proves there is an underlying intelligence in nature, having to do with general, more correctly, universal, relativity as the basis, where the circle gives intelligence to everything via the conservation of complementarity, symmetry, and uncertainty. In layman's terms, the space all around us is pi, as a circle, separating and joining, everything to, and from, everything, a constant, hidden, variable, oscillation, potential, and real. Thus circularity ties Albert Einstein and Carl Jung (physics and psychology) (technology and biology) together, proving everything is cyclical.

Answers Inside
Yardley partnered with Brian Josephson on the Mind Matter Unification project at Cambridge University, and she also submitted papers to Roger Penrose, Gerard t'Hooft, Basil Hiley, and Lee Smolin who are the thought leaders in physics whose work supports her thesis.

'Common Sense' is something we can all get to inside because pi is the basis, the universal frame of reference, and the correct explanation for 'Quantum Entanglement' (relativity and uncertainty) (gravity and motion).
See for more information, or Google Ilexa Yardley, then grab your smartphone and read 'Common Sense,' 'Intellectual Capital,' and, especially if you're a physicist, 'Quantum Entanglement,' to prove: you already know everything about everything, why everybody hates a know-it-all (only a know-it-all hates a know-it-all). It's the circle (physical reproduction) in action.