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.: <- Periodk ->
(End of chain)
However if a number system is limited by set, then everything (like metabits, dimensions, and property counterparts) that is based on that system, is just simply ignored.
Initially, the infinite line of Periodk particles fold up to form a planar fabric, which later become infinitely bent, as some Periodk particles go between rows.
Every row has a different coefficient of Metabits, based on Periodk particles beside on it; which is later multiplied by the amount of these Periodk particles, summed up by ???, and then compiled by Zyorons.
However, there is an anomaly of Periodk called ???, which makes Periodk particles jump over a fabric, and moving onto random rows.
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Possibly smallest hierarchy where super tiny particles elegantly float through it
|⎊ Null class (-1) ⎊ -> ∅ Protoclass (0) ∅|