QuESC 2017 – The Quantum Economic System Core pt.2

System 11b. QuESC 2017 – The Quantum Economic System Core pt.2

Chaos Theory /Quantum Mechanics / String Theory / Software / Systems / Code / Core Network
Giovanni Camelia – Stephen Hawking ­ – Sir Isaac Newton – Albert Einstein – Dr Amanda Peet


QuESC 2017 adds the M-System1 S-World web-framework & the TFBMS AI as the ‘Butterfly Receiver’ and places the other new M-Systems within the ‘Collective Thinking’ and the ‘Butterfly Creator.’ Seeking to create a predictive system that gets increasingly accurate over time and builds upon ripple effects that get increasingly powerful as the system grows.

It also considers the two different ways we wish to view the S-World Network, both created on a map or globe on which the S-World global economy can be seen as a whole or in as much individual detail as the dependents of staff. In an ideal world, this simulation would be a hologram.

  1. POP Cubic Dimensions View (Newtonian Space)
    In the POP cubed view we see all companies and all future company allocations within the multi-dimensional cubic Angel POP landscape. From which one can ‘Per classic POP method’ simply count the amount of companies generating more than their POP point to assess the underlying financial gravity of the network.

    Or one can choose to look at the TFBS (Total Financial & Business System) which provides complete financials in great detail, accurate to 5 days. Which can be seen in a business format via the TFBS software, or seen in simple (but complete) format within the M-Systems training game and simple operations manual ‘S-World UCS’ (seen next).

  2. Galaxy Gen-Res View (Camelia Space Time Cappuccino View)
    In Galaxy view each new small company becomes a solar system, in which the company becomes its sun. Then the company owners, directors, and staff become the planets and their dependents become moons. Then each planet shines a brightness relative to its profit, so when zoomed out we see many of the companies’ lights forming galaxy clusters.

    In the Galaxy view we seek to simulate Einstein’s theory of relativity as described by Dr Giovanni Amelino-Camelia, where at the right zoom, one sees many companies in a single locational as a galaxy of bubbles. Each bubble representing the solar system (This needs some clever thinking, if we are to create a true picture like general relativity).