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# Nothing in this entire observable universe is either absolutely true or absolutely false.

**styLIShT**

**This is my theory. This theory doesn't need any proof, as this theory itself is neither absolutely true nor absolutely false. This theory too, has a small chance of being false and is not entirely true. No matter how you look at it, my theory stands corrected. Applying my theory in mathematics, we can say that the probability of an event lies between 0 and 1, 0 and 1 exclusive, thus proving whatever you learnt in probability class wrong. Also, we can further prove that the probability of every event tends to 0.5 (50%).**

__Nothing in this entire observable universe is either absolutely true or absolutely false.__Let's take a statement A "The earth revolves around the sun". We believe this statement to be absolutely true, but according to my theory, this statement is not absolutely true, and has a small percentage of uncertainty associated with it. Now, we take statement B "Nothing in this entire observable universe is either absolutely true or absolutely false" (which is my theory). According to my theory, this statement B, has a small percentage of uncertainty associated with it. Therefore, now, the certainty in statement A is the certainty of statement B multiplied by the certainty in statement A. Let's say, for example, Statement A has a certainty of 99% and Statement B (my theory) has a certainty of 99%. Therefore, now, the certainty of statement A is (99/100 × 99)%, which is 98.01%. Note that I have specified in my theory that not even my theory is either absolutely true or absolutely false. Now, let's take a statement C "Nothing in this entire observable universe is either absolutely true or absolutely false" (which is again my theory). Now this statement C has a certain element of uncertainty associated with it (according to my theory), therefore, now, obviously Statement C has a certainty of 99% (statement B), therefore, now, by applying my theory, the certainty of statement B is the certainty of statement C multiplied by the certainty of statement B, which would be 98.01%. Now, the certainty of statement A is (98.01/100 × 99)% which is 97.03%. Thus the certainty in statement A keeps decreasing. But then you may ask, doesn't it tend to zero? Why fifty? It's because, every statement has an inverse, which also has an element of uncertainty associated with it. Let's take the statement D "The earth does not revolve around the sun" By doing the same what we did for the statement "The earth revolves around the sun", we increase its certainty or probability( because we believe that statement D is incorrect, and nothing in this universe is absolutely incorrect). Since the statement D is the inverse of statement A, the certainty in statement D goes up. Therefore, Both the uncertainty of statement A and the certainty of statement D come closer to each other, tending towards 50%.

**Thus, I have proved that the probability of every event tends to 50%**

With my theory, I can collapse the entire rules in chemistry.

Most of chemistry related laws fundamentally involve one law "Like charges repel and unlike charges attract". This statement is not completely accurate.

This changes the nature of subatomic particles, as this characteristic of unlike charges attracting each other and like charges repelling each other was used to discover the electron, proton and neutron

The change in the nature of subatomic particles changes everything.

Or more accurately, the change in the nature of subatomic particles does not change everything, considering my theory

But still the change in the nature of subatomic particles changes a significant amount of things,

So yeah I just found exceptions to every law that exists.

**Also, I have another theory that most of the measuring systems like the richter scale or the number line are not a linear scale, but a circular scale.**

I believe that there is a particular number, after which it just starts decreasing (with a change in sign), but this number is so huge that we just call it infinity and leave it at that. This theory explains the nature of graphs extending to infinity, like y = tan x. Therefore, there is a particular diameter in the number circle, which divides the circle into two sides - the positive one and negative one. I thereby name this diameter as the styLIShT diameter.

Regarding the richter scale being a circle, I believe that we are considering a very small arc of the circle as a scale from 0 to 10, but it is even possible to have an earthquake so devastating that it restructures the earth back to how it ideally must be. Also, beyond a threshold level of calmness, if the earth's tectonic plates refused any form of movement, we would be in deep trouble that we don't even know about.

This can even be applied to quantities that don't really have units, like happiness or sadness.This easily be understood by our measure of happiness-sadness, which is not a linear scale, but a circular one. You can be completely happy and in inner peace and bliss that you don't see anything new in life and get depressed, while we can also get extremely depressed so as to ascend past the 'feeling suicidal' stage, and you become too depressed to kill yourself, hence don't see anything new in life and finally obtain inner peace. The only measuring systems that are not circular, but an indefinitely extending line are mass, length and time. I haven't thought about measurements of quantities that involve both mass or length or time, and some other unit, I'll think about it later.

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