(Note: Please do not take this as actual maths, I just came up with this and thought it was cool)

First, we shall declare that all real numbers form a circle, with 0 at the bottom, CAI / Ω at the top, Infinity (ℵ_{0}) on the right, and Negative infinity on the left. However, we shall use σ (lowercase sigma) as Negative infinity instead of -`∞.`

# ʃ

ʃ is the symbol used to symbolise this entire set, it is also equal to:

- n
`÷`

0, n · Ω `∞`

-`∞`

, σ - σ

ε is sort of the 'midpoint' between 0 and `∞`

, same goes for δ but with 0 and σ

0 and Ω are considered 'absolute numbers', and `∞`

and σ are classified as 'infinite numbers' (unsurprisingly)

# ɼ

We can go beyond ʃ, the symbol for this, new, weird set is called 'ɼ',

Its 'version' of 1 is Vsaue aka 'Λ'

Now obviously, we can continue with this, getting bigger and bigger sets,

# The ƒractal nature of numbers

Here is a list of the first eleven sets:

Set 0: ∅ "Nul"

Set 1: ʃ "San"

Set 2: ɼ "Ret"

Set 3: ɭ "Luth"

Set 4: ʈ "Top"

Set 5: ȴ "Ler"

Set 6: ʝ "Hok"

Set 7: ȶ "Thyo"

Set 8: ʆ "Shop"

Set 9: ʄ "Zun"

Set 10: ʃ∅ "San-Nul"

Set 11: ʃʃ "San-San"

As you can see, this is in a base 10 system, and is just going to be another longer number line, we can turn this into another circle. Set Vsaue is the version of 1 in this set.

This is the 'The metaset',

we can then do the same thing with this to get ɼ₂ and so on,

eventually we will get the set: ʃ₃,

Going on and on and on with this forever we will eventually get ʃ

, but that's not the end, we can do this for every other number, beyond infinity.
_{∞}

But no matter how much you do this, you will *never* reach the inaccessible number beyond *all this...* ƒ.

(Note: 'ƒ' is pronounced "Ful")