This page presents examples of bipoles that are compliant with bictiopedia standards, but defined quite informally but with different sintactic and aggrupating displays to showcase flexibility and more or less further modelled with more categories to showcase extendability.

These bipoles themselves are used for explaining and or justifying parts of the bictiopedia project itself.

Read more details at the titling guidelines page for seeing what could be a non-compliant bipole. Read also about some prefered-main relational types for keypairs-bipoles, here.



A display of a minimal and deep enough structure for a sample item. This estructure is not applied in fullth to any of the bipoles shown here in this page, but you can see it applied to a fundamental set scaled up to a set of 5 bipoles in a webpage, here, and also in a .pdf dump of almost 100 bipoles, here.

Mathy logic

One of the broadest possible keypairs, very useful to understand the explanative power of bipoling, specially at higher realms…

FineFatalism & ExperimentalLuck

For explaining Teleological plurism, as a pole of an intentions categories one that bictiopedia uses for proposing basic perspectives for defining items


Yet one more very difficult item to define… made simple

Below, the 3 bipoles shown at the homepage for introducing the project:

Fundamentals: UncertainSubjectivity

You are always a polar part of the thruth you try approaching

The ShowHiding middle

Let’s interpret the excluded middle principle-law as a centroids exclusivizing medium


Analitical Informatics and Us perhaps have equilibred different talents for finding meaning