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INTRODUCING THE HOME OF THE:

MULTIVERSE SYSTEM OF UNITS (SM),
MULTIVERSE REFERENCE TIME SCALE (MTC).


BASED ON A SCALE OF ABSOLUTE ZERO (0), POSITIVE (+0) & SUBZERO (-0) QUANTIFICATIONS.
IN REGARD TO THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM OF UNITS (SI), 
INTERNATIONAL REFERENCE TIME SCALE (UTC),
ALL DEFINING CONSTANTS & COHE
RENT DERIVATIVES THEREFORE OF:

2.) LENGTH - METER (m) - INFISECOND (is)
1.) TIME - SECOND (s) - MOORE (mo)
3.) MASS - KILOGRAM (kg) - AGNOS (as)
7.)
LUMINOUS INTENSITY - CANDELA (cd) - SERVER (sv)
5.) THERMODYNAMIC TEMPERATURE - KELVIN (K) - KELVIN (K)
6.) AMOUNT OF SUBSTANCE - MOLE (mol) - FREDEN (fr)
4.) ELECTRIC CURRENT - AMPERE (A) - LANGERE (LG)

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DEFINITIONS CHART COMING SOON!!! 

Home: Welcome
Earth and Space

PROJECT OTSV:
INTERACTIVE CONSUMER VERSION

EXACT LOCATIONS;
VIRTUAL UNIVERSE, MULTIVERSE MAP
LOCATION SERVICE PROVIDER
 
GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEM

(GNSS) SOFTWARE

UTILIZING THE DIMENSIONS OF THE TECHNOLOGY SPECIFICALLY,
RATHER THAN THE GENERAL RADII, TRIANGULATED,
OR GRID-VIEW DIMENSIONS USED ELSEWHERE...


(ENVIRONMENTAL & METEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION MODELS)


 

CROSS REFERENCING:

Global Positioning System (GPS),
BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS),
Galileo, GLONASS, 
Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) / Navigation Indian Constellation (NavIC),
Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS). 

AS WELL AS ALL OTHER CONSTELLATIONS...

OUR UNIVERSE IS "APPROXIMATELY" TEN TO TWENTY (~10-20) BILLION YEARS OLD! THATS WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT.

NOW CLOSER THAN A GENERAL YEAR ESTIMATE, 
THE POTENTIAL DAYS OF THE EXPLOSION, THE SECONDS OF DETONATION. COSMIC BELL TESTS.
​ENTANGLEMENT. PROBABILITY DENSITY PERCENTAGES. PRECISION ACCURACY IS KEY IN DETERMINING ALL PASTS, PRESENCE AND FUTURES.

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ALL OF PHYSICS, MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE & COMMERCE

RELATIVE CORE DATA ALLOCATION (RCDA)

A Brand-New Coding Language

Condensing Binary Script using exponents to identify just a single integer, 1's & 0's. A device that hasn't been updated in 10+ years performing at the same speeds as a quantum processor. 

Along the X, Y, Z Axes. 

[(±)(Latitude, Longitude, Altitude)], [(±)(0,0,0)], and/or [(±)(0000,0000,0000)]  ?

That's what makes this all possible. This and our other special, classified equations.

To fully render all particles within the multiverse and store it on ANY computer and/or device, individual. Capable of converting any other unit of measurement or media-type

(Meters into kilometers down into nanometers, even associate pixels, bytes*, feet, etc.)

with The Multiverse System of Units (SM) & Multiverse Reference Time Scale (MTC).

Why? Technically all objects have an infinite number of points of dimension which can be coded to acquire characteristics and potentially store information. Infiseconds.

1 can divided by 2, or 299,792,458, also 0.000001 can be divided by 1,000,000,000,000, and to an exponentially infinite degree. 1 equals the range of 0-1, 2-3, 99-100 and so on. All durations of time, not only the Caesium-133 atom (9,192,631,770). Suggesting new elements found amidst and beyond the Periodic Table of the Elements. The distance between two reference points can always be infinitely divided, more so now figuring out what the computer's storage functions will properly sustain. This is what allows for 8-bit, 16-bit,

32-bit, 64-bit, 128-bit, 256-bit, 512-bit, 1024-bit, 2048-bit, 4096-bit, etc. design accommodations*Each integer may now inherit the desired traits once coded properly.

With permission granted to work with your software, updating the source code may allow, reintroduce itself to a greater number of possibilities. Ultra-Hyper Realistic customization. Our conversion rate is Confidential, yet available for programming.

Free with Yearly Evaluations.

Donations Welcome. Patiently Exceeding. 

Real Time. Digital. On Earth. In Space. Eliminating Room for Computational Error. That's What We Do. Any and All:

  1. ) Accommodation

  2. ) Accommodation and Food Services

  3. ) Administrative and Support Services

  4. ) Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services

  5. ) Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting

  6. ) Air Transportation

  7. ) Ambulatory Health Care Services

  8. ) Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation Industries

  9. ) Animal Production

  10. ) Apparel Manufacturing

  11. ) Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation

  12. ) Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing

  13. ) Broadcasting (except Internet)

  14. ) Building Material and Garden Equipment and Supplies Dealers

  15. ) Chemical Manufacturing

  16. ) Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores

  17. ) Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing

  18. ) Construction

  19. ) Construction of Buildings

  20. ) Couriers and Messengers

  21. ) Credit Intermediation and Related Activities

  22. ) Crop Production

  23. ) Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services

  24. ) Education and Health Services

  25. ) Educational Services

  26. ) Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component Manufacturing

  27. ) Electronics and Appliance Stores

  28. ) Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

  29. ) Finance and Insurance

  30. ) Financial Activities

  31. ) Fishing, Hunting and Trapping

  32. ) Food Manufacturing

  33. ) Food Services and Drinking Places

  34. ) Food and Beverage Stores

  35. ) Forestry and Logging

  36. ) Funds, Trusts, and Other Financial Vehicles

  37. ) Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores

  38. ) Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing

  39. ) Gasoline Stations

  40. ) General Merchandise Stores

  41. ) Goods-Producing Industries

  42. ) Health Care and Social Assistance

  43. ) Health and Personal Care Stores

  44. ) Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction

  45. ) Hospitals

  46. ) Information

  47. ) Insurance Carriers and Related Activities

  48. ) Internet Publishing and Broadcasting

  49. ) Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing

  50. ) Leisure and Hospitality

  51. ) Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets (except Copyrighted Works)

  52. ) Machinery Manufacturing

  53. ) Management of Companies and Enterprises

  54. ) Manufacturing

  55. ) Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods

  56. ) Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods

  57. ) Mining (except Oil and Gas)

  58. ) Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction

  59. ) Miscellaneous Manufacturing

  60. ) Miscellaneous Store Retailers

  61. ) Monetary Authorities - Central Bank

  62. ) Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries

  63. ) Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers

  64. ) Museums, Historical Sites, and Similar Institutions

  65. ) Natural Resources and Mining

  66. ) Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

  67. ) Non store Retailers

  68. ) Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

  69. ) Oil and Gas Extraction

  70. ) Other Information Services

  71. ) Other Services (except Public Administration)

  72. ) Paper Manufacturing

  73. ) Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, and Related Industries

  74. ) Personal and Laundry Services

  75. ) Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing

  76. ) Pipeline Transportation

  77. ) Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing

  78. ) Postal Service

  79. ) Primary Metal Manufacturing

  80. ) Printing and Related Support Activities

  81. ) Private Households

  82. ) Professional and Business Services

  83. ) Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

  84. ) Publishing Industries (except Internet)

  85. ) Rail Transportation

  86. ) Real Estate

  87. ) Real Estate and Rental and Leasing

  88. ) Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional, and Similar Organizations

  89. ) Rental and Leasing Services

  90. ) Repair and Maintenance

  91. ) Retail Trade

  92. ) Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation

  93. ) Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Financial Investments and Related Activities

  94. ) Service-Providing Industries

  95. ) Social Assistance

  96. ) Specialty Trade Contractors

  97. ) Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book, and Music Stores

  98. ) Support Activities for Agriculture and Forestry

  99. ) Support Activities for Mining

  100. ) Support Activities for Transportation

  101. ) Telecommunications

  102. ) Textile Mills

  103. ) Textile Product Mills

  104. ) Trade, Transportation, and Utilities

  105. ) Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation

  106. ) Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

  107. ) Transportation and Warehousing

  108. ) Truck Transportation

  109. ) Utilities

  110. ) Warehousing and Storage

  111. ) Waste Management and Remediation Services

  112. ) Water Transportation

  113. ) Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers

  114. ) Wholesale Trade

  115. ) Wood Product Manufacturing

ACCORDING TO THE UNITED STATES BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS. 

WE ARE GLOBAL.

Every Web Stack, Programming Language including but NOT limited to:

 

Potentially, a Brand-New Major Network Provider. 1000G in comparison to 3G, 4G, 5G, 10G, etc. Downloaded onto your device so that even while in airplane mode all information you've encountered can be stored easily. Acquiring the strongest signal based on location to cell towers, satellites, no matter the connectivity supplier (Verizon, AT&T, T Mobile, Virgin, Cricket, Mint, Xfinity, etc.). The Most Powerful Piece of Technology, Monitoring, Utilizing Storage Optimization Methods to Limit Data Usage. Comparable to that of Universal Serial Bus (USB), Cloud, Random Access Memory (RAM) storage functions.

Artificial Intelligence to program Ultramodern Internet the Internet has never seen.

Encyclopedias worth of useful information that was yet to be discovered. 

Relative Core Data Allocation (RCDA)

Far less characters to represent the same amount of code written. Condensing the media input/output by identifying a unique image as a single integer, rather than many.  "Where'd it all go?" was the original issue. Data sharing proving almost too helpful in addition to the systems in place

Only What's on Screen is Necessary, is it (Gordian) Knot? Coded Promptly to Adjust. The file can soon quite easily be shared across platforms, Major Network Providers, rather than having to sign a Licensing Agreement to access these algorithms.

Converting any device into the World's Next Billion Dollar Supercomputer. Combining ideas from Satellite Imagery to Metaverse Standards. Free! We originally set out to perform the same functions of an SGI Altix1000, or an Intel 1008 on a thumb drive.

We invite you to check out the rest of our website for it should answer questions regarding material you've encountered or even unknowingly could pique your interest.  

We'll modify to your schedule!

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"A Script"

A.NET (A#/A sharp), A-0 System, A+ (A plus), ABAP. ABC, ABC ALGOL, ACC

Accent (Rational Synergy), Ace DASL (Distributed Application Specification Language)

Action!, ActionScript, Actor, AdaISO/IEC 8652, Adenine (Haystack), AdvPL, Agda

Agilent VEE (Keysight VEE), Agora, AIMMS, Aldor, Alef, ALF, ALGOL 58

ALGOL 60, ALGOL 68, ALGOL W, Alice (Alice ML), Alma-0, AmbientTalk

Amiga E, AMPL, Analitik, AngelScript, Apache Pig latin, Apex (Salesforce.com, Inc)

APL, App Inventor for Android's visual block language (MIT App Inventor)

AppleScript, APT, Arc, ARexx, Argus, Assembly language (ASM), AutoHotkey

AutoIt, AutoLISP / Visual LISP, Averest, AWK, Axum

"B Script"

B, Babbage, Ballerina, Bash, BASIC, Batch file (Windows/MS-DOS)

bc (basic calculator), BCPL, BeanShell, BETA, BLISS, Blockly, BlooP

Boo, Boomerang, Bosque

"C Script"

C – ISO/IEC 9899, C-- (C minus minus), C++ (C plus plus) – ISO/IEC 14882

C*, C# (C sharp) – ISO/IEC 23270, C/AL, Caché ObjectScript, C Shell (csh)

Caml, Carbon, Catrobat, Cayenne (Lennart Augustsson), CDuce

Cecil, CESIL (Computer Education in Schools Instruction Language)

Céu, Ceylon, CFEngine, Cg (High-Level Shader/Shading Language [HLSL])

Ch, Chapel (Cascade High Productivity Language), Charm, CHILL, CHIP-8

ChucK, Cilk (also Cilk++ and Cilk plus), Claire, Clarion, Clean, Clipper

CLIPS, CLIST, Clojure, CLU, CMS-2, COBOL – ISO/IEC 1989

CobolScript – COBOL Scripting language, Cobra, CoffeeScript, ColdFusion

COMAL, COMIT, Common Intermediate Language (CIL)

Common Lisp (also known as CL), COMPASS, Component Pascal

COMTRAN, Constraint Handling Rules (CHR), Control Language

Cool, Coq, Coral 66, CorVision, COWSEL, CPL, Cryptol, Crystal, Csound, Cuneiform

Curl, Curry, Cybil, Cyclone, Cypher Query Language, Cython, CEEMAC

 

"D Script"

D (also known as dlang), Dart, Darwin, DataFlex, Datalog, DATATRIEVE

dBase, dc, DCL (DIGITAL Command Language), Delphi, DIBOL, DinkC

Dog, Draco, DRAKON, Dylan, DYNAMO, DAX (Data Analysis Expressions)

"E Script"

E, Ease, Easy PL/I, EASYTRIEVE PLUS, eC, ECMAScript, Edinburgh IMP

EGL, Eiffel, ELAN, Elixir, Elm, Emacs Lisp, Emerald, Epigram

EPL (Easy Programming Language), Erlang, es, Escher, ESPOL

Esterel, Etoys, Euclid, Euler, Euphoria, EusLisp Robot Programming Language

CMS EXEC (EXEC), EXEC 2, Executable UML, Ezhil

"F Script"

F, F# (F sharp), F*, Factor, Fantom, FAUST, FFP, fish, Fjölnir, FL

Flavors, Flex, Flix, FlooP, FLOW-MATIC (B0)

FOCAL (Formulating On-Line Calculations in Algebraic Language/FOrmula CALculator)

FOCUS, FOIL, FORMAC (FORMula MAnipulation Compiler), @Formula, Forth

Fortran – ISO/IEC 1539, Fortress, FP, FoxBase/FoxPro, Franz Lisp, Futhark, F-Script

"G Script"

Game Maker Language, GameMonkey Script

GAMS (General Algebraic Modeling System), GAP, G-code, GDScript (Godot)

Genie, GDL (Geometric Description Language), GEORGE

GLSL (OpenGL Shading Language), GNU E

GNU Guile (GNU Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extensions), Go, Go!

GOAL (Game Oriented Assembly Lisp), Gödel, Golo, GOM (Good Old Mad)

Google Apps Script, Gosu, GOTRAN (IBM 1620)

GPSS (General Purpose Simulation System) 

GraphTalk (Computer Sciences Corporation), GRASS, Grasshopper

Groovy (Apache Groovy)

"H Script"

Hack, HAGGIS, HAL/S, Halide (programming language), Hamilton C shell

Harbour, Hartmann pipelines, Haskell, Haxe, Hermes, High Level Assembly (HLA)

HLSL, Hollywood, HolyC (TempleOS), Hop, Hopscotch, Hope, Hume, HyperTalk, Hy

"I Script"

Io, Icon, IBM Basic assembly language, IBM HAScript, IBM Informix-4GL

IBM RPG, IDL, Idris, Inform, ISLISP

"J Script"

J, J# (J sharp), J++ (J plus plus), JADE, Jai, JAL

Janus (concurrent constraint programming language)

Janus (time-reversible computing programming language)

JASS, Java, JavaFX Script, JavaScript, Jess, JCL, JEAN, Join Java

JOSS, Joule, JOVIAL, Joy, JScript, JScript .NET, Julia, Jython

"K Script"

K, Kaleidoscope, Karel, KEE, Kixtart, Klerer-May System

KIF (Knowledge Interchange Format), Kojo, Kotlin, KRC, KRL

KRL (KUKA Robot Language), KRYPTON, KornShell (ksh), Kodu, Kv (Kivy)

"L Script"

LabVIEW, Ladder, LANSA, Lasso, Lava, LC-3, Lean, Legoscript, LIL

LilyPond, Limbo, Limnor, LINC, Lingo, LINQ, LIS, LISA, Language H

Lisp – ISO/IEC 13816, Lite-C, Lithe, Little b, LLL, Logo, Logtalk, LotusScript

LPC, LSE, LSL, LiveCode, LiveScript, Lua, Lucid, Lustre, LYaPAS, Lynx

"M Script"

M Formula language, M2001, M4, M#, Machine code 

MAD (Michigan Algorithm Decoder), MAD/I, Magik, Magma, Máni, Maple

MAPPER (now part of BIS), MARK-IV (now VISION:BUILDER),Mary

MATLAB, MASM Microsoft Assembly x86, MATH-MATIC, Maude system

Maxima (see also Macsyma), Max (Max Msp – Graphical Programming Environment)

MaxScript internal language 3D Studio Max, Maya (MEL), MDL, Mercury, Mesa

MHEG-5 (Interactive TV programming language), Microcode, Microsoft Power Fx, MIIS

Milk (programming language), MIMIC, Mirah, Miranda, MIVA Script, ML, Model 204

Modelica, Malbolge, Modula, Modula-2, Modula-3, Mohol, MOO, Mortran, Mouse

MPD, MSL, MUMPS, MuPAD, Mutan, Mystic Programming Language (MPL)

"N Script"

NASM, Napier88, Neko, Nemerle, NESL, Net.Data, NetLogo, NetRexx

NewLISP, NEWP, Newspeak, NewtonScript, Nial, Nickle (NITIN)

Nim, Nix (Systems configuration language), NPL, Not eXactly C (NXC)

Not Quite C (NQC), NSIS, Nu, NWScript, NXT-G

"O Script"

o:XML, Oak, Oberon, OBJ2, Object Lisp, ObjectLOGO, Object REXX

Object Pascal, Objective-C, Obliq, OCaml, occam, occam-π, Octave

OmniMark, Opa, Opal, Open Programming Language (OPL), OpenCL

OpenEdge Advanced Business Language (ABL), OpenVera, OpenQASM

OPS5, OptimJ, Orc, ORCA/Modula-2, Oriel, Orwell, Oxygene, Oz

"P Script"

P, P4, P′′, ParaSail, PARI/GP, Pascal – ISO 7185, Pascal Script, PCASTL

PCF, PEARL, PeopleCode, Perl, PDL, Pharo, PHP, Pico, Picolisp, Pict

Pike, PILOT, Pipelines, Pizza, PL-11, PL/0, PL/B, PL/C, PL/I – ISO 6160

PL/M, PL/P, PL/S, PL/SQL, PL360, PLANC, Plankalkül, Planner, PLEX

PLEXIL, Plus, POP-11, POP-2, PostScript, PortablE, POV-Ray SDL

Powerhouse, PowerBuilder – 4GL GUI application generator from Sybase

PowerShell, PPL, Processing, Processing.js, Prograph, Project Verona

Prolog, PROMAL, Promela, PROSE modeling language, PROTEL

ProvideX, Pro*C, Pure, Pure Data, PureScript, PWCT, Python

"Q Script"

Q (programming language from Kx Systems)Q#, Qalb 

Quantum Computation Language, QtScript, QuakeC, QPL, QL

"R Script"

R, R++, Racket, Raku, RAPID, Rapira, Ratfiv, Ratfor, rc, Reason

REBOL, Red, Redcode, REFAL, REXX, Ring, ROOP, RPG

RPL, RSL, RTL/2, Ruby, Rust

"S Script"

S, S2, S3, S-Lang, S-PLUS, SA-C, SabreTalk, SAIL, SAKO, SAS, SASL, Sather

Sawzall, Scala, Scheme, Scilab, Scratch, Script.NET, Sed, Seed7, Self

SenseTalk, SequenceL, Serpent, SETL, Short Code, SIMPOL, SIGNAL, SiMPLE

SIMSCRIPT, Simula, Simulink, SISAL, SKILL, SLIP, SMALL, Smalltalk, SML

Strongtalk, Snap!, SNOBOL (SPITBOL), Snowball, SOL, Solidity, SOPHAEROS

Source, SPARK, Speakeasy, Speedcode, SPIN, SP/k, SPS, SQL, SQR, Squeak

Squirrel, SR, S/SL, Starlogo, Strand, Stata, Stateflow, Subtext, SBL

SuperCollider, Superplan, SuperTalk, Swift (Apple programming language)

Swift (parallel scripting language), SYMPL

"T Script"

T, TACL, TACPOL, TADS (Text Adventure Development System), TAL

Tcl, Tea, TECO (Text Editor and Corrector), TELCOMP, TeX

TEX (Text Executive Programming Language), TIE

TMG (TransMoGrifier), Tom, Toi, Topspeed (Clarion)

TPU (Text Processing Utility), Trac, TTM, T-SQL (Transact-SQL)

Transcript (LiveCode), TTCN (Tree and Tabular Combined Notation), Turing

TUTOR (PLATO Author Language), TXL, TypeScript, Tynker

"U Script"

Ubercode, UCSD Pascal, Umple, Unicon, Uniface, UNITY, UnrealScript

"V Script"

Vala, Vim script, Viper (Ethereum/Ether (ETH)), Visual DataFlex

Visual DialogScript, Visual FoxPro, Visual J++ (Visual J plus plus)

Visual LISP, Visual Objects, Visual Prolog

"W Script"

WATFIV, WATFOR (WATerloo FORtran IV), WebAssembly, WebDNA

Whiley, Winbatch, Wolfram Language, Wyvern

"X Script"

X++ (X plus plus/Microsoft Dynamics AX), X10, xBase++ (xBase plus plus)

XBL, XC (targets XMOS architecture), xHarbour, XL, Xojo, XOTcl, Xod

XPL, XPL0, XQuery, XSB, XSharp (X#), XSLT, Xtend

"Y Script"

Yorick, YQL, Yoix

"Z Script"

Z notation, Z shell, Zebra, ZPL, ZPL2, Zeno, ZetaLisp, Zig, Zonnon

ZOPL, Z++

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