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A Fractal Sphere is a semi-3D version of a 2D fractal, whereas a 2D fractal has an infinite perimeter, a Fractal Sphere has an infinite surface area and 0 volume.

Fractal Spheres roam the Omniverse, The Box, The Outside and everything within, being generally noted as invisible. These spheres come in all sizes, from 1 yottaparsec to 1 yoctometer and disintegrate upon coming in contact with any matter.

Most Fractal Spheres lie either outside of the Omniverse, in The Outside, or in the spaces in between verses, due to a lack of matter.

2 types of Fractal Spheres exist, those being layered and straight.

Layered spheres are made up of infinite sheets of infinitely thin circles with infinitely many circles inside of themselves. These sheets go around the center 360 degrees, separated by infinitely thin vacuum.

Straight spheres are made up of infinite 1D straight lines, coming from the center.

An exaggerated and visualised version of the sFS (Straight Fractal Sphere)

An exaggerated and visualised singular sheet of the lFs (Layered Fractal Sphere)

A single sFS (Straight Fractal Sphere) in thermal vision in deep space

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