5 you and is an example of a Reasonless Math experiment. It is based upon the mental image of the soaring tangent line, although the two visualizations are subject to the following parametric  equation:
y = [r*(1+cos(1*(time1)+time2)]* sin(3*(time1+time2)):
x= [r*(1+cos(1*(time1)+time2])* cos(3*(time1+time2));
The structure of "5 you and" indicates only one difference between the x and y functions: y has the multiplication of sine, while x has the multiplication of cosine. In analytical geometry, one way to express a perfect circle in a coordinate system is to have the point P(x,y) where x=sin(t), y=cos(t). Therefore, in order to generate a circle-like visualization (static or mobile) within the parametric functions of "5 you and", the structures of x and y were designed by multiplying by sine in y and by cosine in x. The figure on the lower right displays the result of this operation.