The big question ‘Who is Q?’ was asked by Jesse Watters on Fox News last night, 12.7.19.
Watters’ guest, Joseph Ucsinski, an Associate Professor at The University of Miami stated that polls show approximately “10% of the population think Q is a good thing”, and that “followers are spread across all political parties”.
Here’s the full segment –
10% = Critical Mass
10% of the USA is approximately 33 million people. 10% is also known to create a ‘critical mass’, or ‘tipping point’.
In social dynamics, critical mass is a sufficient number of adopters of an innovation in a social system so that the rate of adoption becomes self-sustaining and creates further growth.
The term is borrowed from nuclear physics and in that field, it refers to the amount of a substance needed to sustain a chain reaction.
Also known as the boiling point, the percolation threshold, the tipping point, and a host of other names, critical mass is the point at which something (an idea, belief, trend, virus, behavior, etc.) is prevalent enough to grow, or sustain, a process, reaction, or technology.
Here’s a graphic made by anon –
The graph below shows the population of the USA, 10% being approximately 33 million people.
That’s 33 million people who think “Q is a good thing”!
We’re at boiling point, tipping point, critical mass, friends.
We are Q!