Rationality and negative IM polarity
Negative polarity elements perceive the absence or lack of something. Taking the concept of a molecular compound as an example, we can associate the following negative aspects to it:
- The degree to which work is being done between it and other compounds is -Te.
- The margin of its non-attraction/polarity balance relative to other compounds is -Fi.
- The degree to which it is or is not a constituent of other compounds (ie remains seperate and free) is -Ti.
- The lower the quantity of distinct activities within the compound, the less the Fe. (-Fe)
Notice that negatively polarized elements complement each other: -Ti distinctness implies a clear absence of Te work, which implies neutral Fi polarity, which implies little internal Fe activity, if any.
In physics terms, we would define the neutron as an essentially -Fi trait of an atom; particularly, the question of whether it has enough -Fi to remain stable and distinct.
The concept of the liposome is an ideal example of a negative rational construct, in that it is perfectly balanced, structurally distinct, and internally and externally inactive.