If reality IS, then it must be both dynamic and static at the same time, which is impossible. Nothing can both change and not change at the same time.
So, does this mean that reality IS NOT? No, no. It just means that our conceptualization can’t explain what reality IS. Our conceptualization simply can’t catch reality.
The second-best we can do is to invent a system that can explain HOW reality WORKS, which we already have done in traditional physics, quantum mechanics (physics) and mathematics.
The problem with this explanation of how reality works is that it can’t be translated into a frozen picture of what reality is, which pisses those of us that try to find out what reality is (ie, class realists) off. How can we, for example, understand the fact that a particle can have two opposed rotations at the same time, or that it can be in two different locations at the same time?
I help class realists by explaining that what reality IS is a matter of probability rather than of a frozen picture, and that a particle thus can have two opposed rotations at the same time since it has several different locations at the same time, and that it can have several different locations at the same time since the moment is transient. I thus try to explain that they have got matters up-side-down in believing that reality IS something, rather than CHANGES from something into something else.