A Tauverse is a single verse of a large set of Tauverses. Each Tauverse is labled with T(n), where n gets larger as the set goes on.

The diameter of each Tauverse, is:

The Kardashev scale is also n, so the larger the verse, the more advanced the civilization.

The set stops at T(10100), also known as The Ultimate Tauverse.

The "civilizations" on each Tauverse, while seemingly more advanced, are only just cellular automata with 33n + 28 states, which create fractal structures that can be as large as the entire Tauverse (spaning from the top to the bottom), all the way down to the Taulength, which is the smallest possible length in a Tauverse, and is equal to the inverse of the Tauverse's size.

Below is a list of some sizes.

T(x) Diameter
T(1) 6,778 ly + 61,040 au + 32 million km
T(2) 8,668 ly + 37,734 au + 54 million km
T(3) 10,383 ly + 8,185 au + 39 million km
T(4) 12,272 ly + 48,120 au + 73 million km
T(5) 14,255 ly + 8,174 au + 149 million km
T(6) 16,144 ly + 48,110 au + 34 million km
T(7) 17,943 ly + 44,648 au + 105 million km
T(8) 19,833 ly + 21,342 au + 127 million km
T(9) 21,905 ly + 55,893 au + 63 million km
T(10) 23,795 ly + 32,587 au + 85 million km
T(11) 25,285 ly + 19,038 au + 274,231 km
T(12) 27,174 ly + 58,973 au + 34 million km
T(13) 33,953 ly + 56,772 au + 54 million km
T(14) 35,843 ly + 33,466 au + 76 million km
T(15) 36,115 ly + 32,249 au + 35 million km
T(16) 38,005 ly + 8,943 au + 57 million km
T(17) 38,006 ly + 8,952 au + 62 million km
T(18) 39,895 ly + 48,887 au + 95 million km
T(19) ly
T(20) T(19) + 1,889 ly + 39,935 au + 34 million km
T(21) T(19) + 1,892 ly + 55,036 au + 127 million km
T(22) T(19) + 3,782 ly + 31,730 au + 149 million km
T(23) ly
T(27) ly
T(31) ly
T(35) ly
T(39) ly
T(100) ly
T(1,000) ly
T(1,000,000) ly
T(10^100) ly

The Tauverse size comparison, where n = 19, 20, 23

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