According to our perception of reality, it consists of two orthogonal aspects. Reality does thus not have two orthogonal aspects, but moreover consists of two orthogonal aspects.
It means that we can’t fuse these orthogonal aspects into a single thing, because the single thing is the two aspects. In difference to a single thing having at least two aspects, reality thus instead is two aspects.
It means that a search for reality can only end in either a crash (ie, contradiction) between the two aspects or a divergence between them. There is no route to a consistent fusion of them, which cladistics and particle physics on the contrary claim there is.
Cladistics and particle physics are thus wrong. Instead, they are two examples of belief in science, ie, a religion that is consistently called rationalism. And, similar to all other religions, its God is contradictory.