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The metric system in order from smallest to largest. All units of measurement smaller than a yoctometer are fake.

  • invisiblemeter (basically nonexistent)
  • inviwhatmeter (-infinity)
  • tinymeter (extreme negatives)
  • extremelysmallthaticanthandlemeter (huge negatives [10^100 ~ 100^1000 negative km])
  • truesmallmeter (high negatives [1000 ~ 10^100 negative km])
  • -kilometer (negative kilometer)
  • -meter (negative meter)
  • ...
  • 0
  • ...
  • wektometer (unimaginably tiny)
  • xonometer (ridiculously tiny [1 octillionth of a meter])
  • yoctometer (extremely tiny [one septillionth of a meter])
  • zeptometer (too tiny [10^-21 meters])
  • attometer (just tiny [10^-18 meters])
  • femtometer (super tiny [10^-15 meters])
  • picometer (very tiny [10^-12 meters])
  • nanometer (quite tiny [10^-9 meters])
  • micrometer (very small [10^-6 meters])
  • millimeter (small [1000th the size of a centimeter])
  • centimeter (slightly small [100th size of a meter])
  • meter (a meter.)
  • kilometer (1000 meters)
  • megameter (1 million meters)
  • gigameter (1 billion meters)
  • terameter (1 trillion meters)
  • petameter (1 quadrillion meters)
  • exameter (1 quintillion meters)
  • zettameter (1 sextillion meters)
  • yottameter (1 septillion meters)
  • xennameter (1 octillion meters)
  • wekameter (1 nonillion meters)
  • vendekameter (1 decillion meters)
  • udekameter (1 undecillion meters)
  • tredameter (1 duodecillion meters)
  • sortameter (1 tredecillion meters)
  • rintameter (1 quadecillion meters)
  • quexameter (1 quindecillion meters)
  • peptameter (1 sexdecillion meters)
  • ochameter (1 septendecillion meters)
  • nenameter (1 octodecillion meters)
  • mingameter (1 novemdecillion meters)
  • lumameter (1 vigintillion meters)
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