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Unicycle Update: Democracy as a Force of Nature

June 30, 2019

The evidence of experimental science to date confirms that the forces of nature are everywhere asymmetric. No pure symmetry has ever been found. Unicycle introduces the logic of asymmetric change to explain the evidence and why our symmetry-based math has failed to grasp a vital ethical connection between humanity and the environment.

Nature's Democratic Pi

Democracy as a force of nature

A fresh understanding of natural law is now available to validate the dream of the Founders in the Declaration of Independence: to establish “among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them.”

The math is elucidated with an interdisciplinary narrative fiction, including mythological tales. The stories gain a realism of their own through the deductions. Nature comes to life, along with the characters as they work on the book by a river in Maine.

The title, Unicycle, is an image of the need for extra balance (and comedy) the closer one gets to the nonexistent absolute symmetries of purity, whether secular or divine–to avoid collapse into the ubiquitous rebalancing polarities of change. Unicycle is a handbook to Mother Nature’s moral compass.

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