*y* is a going on factor. *y+x=r(23)x-y+34. *If you were to use this in Kirby’s Return to Dreamland as a cheat code, you would get the following password: *yxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxyxy. *The use of this *y* factor brings us to the principle of *r*. *r *is the main factor of the *z* factor. This result in (*r*+*z= Factor of y) *is a paradox. This paradox is if *y *were to be added to *x*, then the *y *factor must be added to the principle of *r*, which leads us to *z*, and to the factor of *x*, and back to *r,* and then to *x*, then back to *y.* But if *y* is the principle of *r*, wouldn’t that take us back to the *z* factor, that brings us to the *y* factor once again. But if *y* were the recurring factor in this case, that would mean *y+x= *The Principle of *b(c), *which leads us to another recurring factor of *b*(*c)= x+y-* The Principle of *z.* It’s very difficult to understand, so don’t worry if you’re confused. That leads you to the % of the times *y* appears in a *z+x(y) *paradox, which is .034726(pi), which will give you another paradox. It’s that simple.

See? Even Kirby gets it.