Monday, 29 June 2015


A namli is a generic term for a very small embropheme, usually of specialised and/or limited functionality. They tend to exist in comparatively large numbers (the plural of namli is also namli), and are found throughout the entire class of prelentic fenduments. As such, they are very much an integral part of our studies of the periclentious fendument.


Phlaba are namli that transport particular classes of daerthropes around the globinscular region. These are sometimes – but very rarely – referred to as daerphores. We will encounter generalised phlaba (sometimes abbreviated to gephs) and phlaba which are more prescriptive in their tasks. A umicrophene is an example of the latter class.

Generalised Phlaba

Within the periclentious fendument, generalised phlaba are produced by two types of neulones. Each phlabum may carry more than one type of daerthrope simultaneously.
Once a daerthrope has entered the globinscular region, borne by a generalised phlabum, it has an associated globinscular density.


(Unitising micro-phlaba; holdings enclosed non-evident)
These namli bring together specified daerthropic elements into a single type of daerthrope. They are comparatively small phlaba, and shield their payload from the globinscular region. As such, any daerthrope carried by a umicrophene does not have an associated globinscular density.

Within the periclentious fendument, umicrophenes are limited to the viscinity of the Khryban Cube and are essential for the continuity of Tridelic Exchanges. This will be discussed elsewhere in some detail.


Taebrites are produced by the Asceguum and are directed towards the canortic bodies. The canortic bodies use indexes on the taebrites to meniate them with the appropriate ethroceles, at which point they become indethrocelic taebrites that are directed to the other canortic body. In this manner, a canortic body becomes aware of the assorted properties of its counterpart. When the indexes are exhausted, the taebrites return to the Asceguum.

When they have a presence within the Khryban Cube, they affect the Obel Ristor Valve, preventing umicrophenes from leaving this node.


These namli are only found within the gylonic body, so will be discussed in more detail as part of the Gylon Theory eliset.

It is sufficient to say that gylons are broken down within the gylonic body and form part of the autoglobic daerthrope gylon concentrate – a primary mover in the eliset of Corlex Theory.

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