The idea of this book is to spend half our time discussing what the Universe is like and the other half of our time discussing why it must be that way. There are many books on the first subject and very little written on the second topic.
For instance, if we have a brain, language and an opposable thumb what does that imply about the makeup of the Universe?
We will show that, basically, the makeup of the Universe can be shown by how we think. It can either be internal and external or all in our head.
Circle containment (whether circles contain each other, intersect or don't intersect) is both logical for thought flow charts and physical to explain what's going on. We can cover the whole brain and the whole external world in a short amount of space!
We will show that how we think implies what the Universe should be like and that it works.
The book has about 10,000 words. Then there are 20,000 words of updating, "Flatland Turned on Out."
Flatland is an updated book that was a previous attempt to do something similar, but with points. It covers math and physics and how biology and psychology can come directly from them.