The Berryverse is a prime example of the Berry Paradox.

The Berryverse is contained by itself and contains itself, and some single-chained Berryverses contain some MilliBerryverses and are contained by KiloBerryverses. Berryverses are often very dense in their self-containment, with a planck length difference between each copy of the complicated Berryverse.

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