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This page is an extrapolation of the Conjugation of DRIGS (DRIGS) page. The components of the DRIP model encompass at least twice as many factors than the two dimensional configuration of Power's playing field, as presented in the DREGS model.

Take the DRIP. To begin with, it's a cube. You could think that the Earth is inside the DRIP in a metaphoric sense. The actions that are played out here are governed by how the DRIP is managed. To the degree that the DRIP functions competently, the level of of life here possess a desirable quality. To the degree that the DRIP is managed incorrectly, the quality of life here becomes less tolerable.

As the outer, contains the inner, so the DROP contains the DRIP. If you encased the DRIP in another layer of cubes, completely surrounding it, with a cube at each of the DRIP's corners (8 in all), a cube covering each of the DRIP's faces (6 in all), and a cube over each of the DRIP's edges (12 in all), you will have a total of 26 cubes composing the DROP, surrounding the single cube of the DRIP

If you've ever taken apart a Rubik's Cube extensively, you might have observed that from the outside it could be viewed as if it were a cube composed of 26 outer cubes surrounding one central cube. That is not exactly the way that it is, but it could be imagined to be configured that way. That is the way that the DRIP of the DROP model is configured.

You could think of the DRIP as "The Power House," in the middle of the DROP; where the outer cubes of the DROP are the pure versions of the features of the DRIP that they come in contact with.

That brings us to entailing the features that comprise the DRIP.

  1. The DRIP is a cube.

  2. A cube, having eight corners gives to the DRIP eight primary features.

  3. Those eight features are composed of dichotomies of four concepts.

  4. The four concepts that compose the four dichotomies of the DRIP are:

  1. Technology

  2. Humanity

  3. Economics

  4. Religion

  1. Possible relevant dichotometric relationships could be:

  • Hard vs. Soft

  • Difficult vs. Easy

  • Undesirable vs. Desirable

  • Obscurant vs. Illuminant

  • Uninformed vs. Informed

  • Right vs. wrong

  • Good vs. Bad

  • Poor vs. Rich

  • Superior vs. Subordinate

  • Affluence vs. Poverty

  • Strong vs. Weak

  • Civilized vs. Barbaric

  • Sick vs. Well

  • Sane vs. Insane

  • Honest vs. Corrupt

  • Happy vs. Sad

  • Love vs. Hate

  • Live vs. Dead

  • Heaven vs. Hell

  • Space vs. Time

  • Matter vs. Energy

  • Space/Time vs. Matter/Energy

  • Incorporeal vs. Corporeal (physical)

  • Honest vs. Criminal

  • Male vs. Female

  • Masculine vs. Feminine

  • DeMon vs. AnGel; where An=Right, De=Wrong, Gel=Good & Mon=Bad

  • AnMon vs. DeGel

  • AnMon vs. GelDe

  • MonAn vs. DeGel

  • MonAn vs. GelDe

  • AnDe vs. GelMon

  • AnDe vs. MonGel

  • DeAn vs. MonGel

  • DeAn vs. GelMon

  • Cause vs. Effect     

  1. In the DRIP configuration, dichotometric relationships are oriented to one another such that each pole of the a dichotomy is one corner (vertex) of reciprocally oriented tetrahedrons. The vertices (corners) of the two reciprocally related tetrahedrons are interlaced and coincidental with the corners of the cube such that the axes of the dichotomies, so formed, run through the center of the cube, which is also the center of either of the two reciprocally related tetrahedrons.

  2. The DRIP configuration, is a dichotomization of the DREGS configuration. It took the act of increasing the configuration of usable space from being the area upon a surface to being the volume of a contained region of space.     

  3. Home plate of the DREGS is the home axis of the DRIP, which extends between the poles any of the above named dichotomies, depending upon what relationships one trying to study.

  4. Each of the remaining bases are aligned in a like manner.

  5. The base lines of the  zigzag around the cube along the edges of the tetrahedrons

  6. The edges of the two tetrahedrons form "Xs" on the faces of the cube, which form the borders of the cubic region that is the DRIP.

  7. Again, you can think of the DRIP as containing Earth, metaphorically speaking.

The reason for such a model is to suggest the connectedness between the factions of power, as they manifest in ones daily life, so that one might be better prepared to correctly ascertain what is occurring while one can yet do something about it. 

Last Edited on & at: 2010-11-09 22:59 EUST
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