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⌬Info about ATSL subatomic particles

Size: ATU[1]

Class: - ∅ Protoclass (0) ∅ -

Contains: ATSL elementary particles

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ATSL Subatomic Particles are various kinds of small and fragile particles forming from collapses of protoverses. They are little tiny dangerous specs of dust that sometimes explode and damage nearby space.

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⌬Formation Process

These little tiny particles' formation process has something to do with the protoverse. Of course, if every single protoverse can go Big Bang, everywhere you go, you will only see verses after verses after verses. And that's NOT what space looks like. This means not every protoverse can go big bang... actually, close to none of them considering the number of protoverses which can!

Protoverses are not eternal and get destroyed by various factors easily. For example, protoverses lose initial formation energy very slowly until they vanish out of existence. Or in more extreme cases, even colliding with a random particle can absorb protoverse and destroy it.

Among the objects hungry for the energy of protoverse, some may gain a tiny bit of energy before getting destroyed. The probability of that happening is pretty much smaller than the x button on mobile ADs (meaning the probability is close to infinitesimal), but when it happens, protoverse creates a rare particle upon its destruction: ATSL Subatomic Particles!

⌬The fragility of ATSL Subatomic Particles

These particles are so small, that if they get pushed by any force, they will break apart into countless, no-size particles (commonly to particles at Null class (-1) of The Pre-Hierarchy) instantly. Only the weak electromagnetic barriers surrounding them are protecting ATSL subatomic particles from exploding.

One good news[2] is that forces are very hard to influence these little tiny spacebeans. Imagine placing a smol patch of fabric and gigantic metal plate against an insanely powerful storm. Of course, the metal plate breaks first. Like that case, ATSL Subatomic Particles are super fragile but have to withstand less energy.

And now, the good news for everything else: even if subatomic particles explode, it basically does not affect its surroundings because explosion only creates no-size particles such as Blueprint Particles sort and some below. Obviously, they cannot affect anything with no-size particles... right...?

⌬Particles emitted from the explosion

Ahhh... yes... lightweight destructive particles ruin everything. Among the clouds of no-mass particles (such as Xeyons and the [3]), lightweight (meaning it has at least a small mass) particles (something like tinyparticle) get mixed into the cloud to meet the outer world.

Most are fine, but the problem is that not all particles are kind angels. Some do not really accept the existence of another particle around them, and some refuse to not explode. The worst ones just hate to accept its existence itself! Below lists three bad particles that turn ATSL subatomic particle explosions into a blizzard of dangerous particles[4]:

  • Tinyparticles (No.1 destruction source): Tinyparticles are dangerous particles. Usually, (following only random probability) they build strong networks composing an absolutely uncountable number of Tinyparticles. However, if they are arranged in forbidden shapes, the whole network of Tinyparticles ignites and explodes.
    You see, lots of Tinyparticles form when ATSL subatomic particles explode. Many safely bonds with each other, and does not become a problem. Of course, some nasty ones bond in the wrong way. An instant explosion from those networks destroys pretty much everything around the explosion site and fills destroyed space with a bunch of new tinyparticles[5].
  • Neutrons (No.2 destruction source): This time, the neutron is not ATSL. Explosion commonly creates neutron-sort of particle which has no positive or negative charge and composed of 3 particles. Except... that neutron here is a little smaller compared to what we are used to.
    There are many ways these "neutrons" can form. if there is a group of particles[6] with a total charge of 0[7], then it is a super-tiny neutron[8]! They can now shrink or expand to death, or somehow cancel out other neutrons like itself to be annihilated to form new neutrons. Along with tinyparticles, neutrons are huge headaches for near particles.
  • Energy particles (No.3 destruction source): At the event[9] where even the tiniest bits of particles become destructive, energy particles themselves are now like shards of Karens spreading everywhere on the internet[10]. Clouds of energy particles rush outward, striking everything and shredding them into no-mass particles.


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Possibly smallest hierarchy where super tiny particles elegantly float through it

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⌬Absolutely Tiny particles⌬
Atom (ATSL) - Subatomic Particles (ATSL) - Elementary particles (ATSL) - String (ATSL) - Uqraek fiber (ATSL) - Atomic fabric - Nonexistent particles

⌬Absolutely Tinier Particles⌬
Thingk - Mandelsok - .: - Periodk

⎊ Null class (-1) ⎊ <- ∅ Protoclass (0) ∅ -> ۞ Starter Class (1) ۞
Main Chain

Protoverse -> Uqraek fiber -> String -> Quark -> Proton -> Atom -> Star -> Galaxy



  1. One ATU (Absolutely tiny unit) is Heck diameters
  2. Well of course for particles
  3. actually there are crap ton more than this
  4. for particles around the explosion site of course
  5. Like, really obviously, newely-filled Tinyparticles will cause few extra explosion.
  6. It is not really important whether the particle is tinyparticle, Subexistions, Farticles or Memeons
  7. by canceling out each other's charge. For example, if there are a group of particles with 1 million negative charge and 1 million positive charge, result is very big neutron and of course this sort of neutron is close to impossible to occur at explosion of ATSL subatomic particles.
  8. a barrier enveloping 0-charge particle group automatically forms
  9. the explosion obviously
  10. meaning they are very destructive and dangerous
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