POP 1 (Super Summary)

System 5. POP 1 (Financial Gravity)

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POP (The Pressure of Profit Investment Systems) is the underlying mathematics at the heart of the network. We have already discussed this point lightly in M-System 2: ‘the M&B String,’ and later M-Systems 9. ‘POP 2 Super-Coupling’ and 15. ‘POP 3 Angel POP’ continue its journey.

POP started its life as a consciousness experiment in Chaos Theory, specifically how to avoid rounding errors. It was pure math as I did not seriously expect to solve the problem. And even if I did, it would not seem to be as effective as creating better accounting software to eliminate human error. However, with the saying ‘Does the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil cause a typhoon in Texas’ on my mind, for the fun of it, I had a go at it. My first instinct was to simply count in doubles 2 > 4 > 8 > 16 > 32 > 64 etc. As by using such figures it was harder to make a recurring number. However, this did rely upon initial inputs all being the same.

The POP solution was to give each company an even point of profitably, say $1,000,000, and we imagine this profit as water in a bucket. When a company made its million any additional profit spills over the top and flows into a new bucket, which funds a new company. This process repeats and when company 2 reaches its POP point, both companies A & B pour their collective profit to the creation of a third company. Of course, the more companies in a string, the faster new companies are created. This effect was named ‘The Pressure of Profit Investment System’ or POP.

The idea was to then see all companies simply as ‘in POP,’ or ‘not in POP’ and only count the ‘in POP’ companies. And so, the network economy would develop as stable blocks of predictable undying profit. And the more companies that were in POP, the more predictable the economy would become. Not long after changing the basic doubling of numbers counting in cubes 1 > 8 > 64 > 512 etc., which opened the door to considering POP if in macroeconomics as a form of financial gravity and later counting the economy in 10 cubed dimensions.

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