System 9. ‘POP 2’ – High String Coupling Math
Re Dr Amanda Peet and String Quantum Mechanics
Let the Harvard dudes brake out their string quantum mechanics and build into the dimensions of S-World rules that eventually create simple systems that cannot create recurring rounding errors
The simplest equation for Classic or BabyPOP is Z= Ѫ. Where ‘Z’ is the POP overflow, the gross or shareholder profit made above a company or string of companies POP point/s in one year.
Next we consider
Ŝ x Ѧ x gs = Z = Ѫ
Ŝ = The Susskind Boost x Ѧ = The Peet Tent x gs the coupling strength. If a company had a high POP point relative to its profit it will generate a small ‘gs’ (say 10%). Where if a company had a low POP point relative to its profit it could create a high ‘gs’ (say 1000%).
Next we consider the companies created via the Classic and BabyPOP investment systems:
Σ BST (The sum of all ‘Z’ from all baby (new) companies created by the initial company)
Ŝ x Ѧ x gs = Z + (Σ BST) = Ѫ
Next we need to account for the number (#) of Angelverses (N) (big companies) making new companies as: Σ #N (The sum of all the number of companies created by big companies.)
Σ #N x Ŝ x Ѧ x gs = Z + (Σ BST) = Ѫ
Lastly, we account for momentum (P) actions such as Facebook, or LinkedIn letting its members create S-World companies, good press, and in general the system becoming popular.
Σ #P (The sum of all the number of companies created due to ‘P’ effects.)
Σ #P x Ŝ x Ѧ x gs = Z + (Σ BST) = Ѫ