Today’s conclusion of the fact that reality can’t be understood

Every “thing” that exists (including the universe) is fundamentally composed of two orthogonal aspects.

The “true nature” of every thing does thus reside in the middle between these two aspects.

The middle between two orthogonal aspects is, however, either ambiguous or paradoxically contradictory, depending on whether you look at it or are in the midst of it.

It means that it is impossible to understand what things are composed of, except that they are composed of two orthogonal aspects.

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