System 15. ‘POP 3’ – Angel POP in 10 cubic financial dimensions
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Above we see the principle of cubic financial POP dimensions, which are very easy to understand, one simply multiplies or divides by eight to move up or down a dimension. Consider that the first cube you see ‘1’ is a single company’s POP Point of $244,141 and 8 such companies can combine to create a cube of 8 with a combined POP point of $1,953,125, or it could be that a more profitable single company has a POP point of $1,953,125. The point is to combine all companies POP points in such a way as to create even higher dimensional cubes which create the underlying financial gravity of the network.
Below we see the m-theory interpretation, that may need some revision, but is a good starting point. We have six smaller dimensions, D1 to D6, that are flexible, and three large dimesons D7, D8, D9 that can create resort developments. And at the top D10 is the m-theory multiverse dimension, which can contain 10 to the power of 500 big companies. And of course, the 11th dimension is time.
The original 2012 version of Angel POP was created in extreme macroeconomics (D10 x 8 x 8 x 8). But the principle can be used in any dimension. The point was if one spreads options across the globe and limits the availability of investment in higher dimensions until all current options are invested in, then all locations available in the current dimension be invested in.
And as a result, one quality of Angel POP is that the last 15% of options are afforded in a very short period of time.