Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Enumerated Similarity States - 4: Quessivity

Daerthropes can contain a number of base activant settings. Some of these have an Enumerated Similarity State Index Value (ESSIV) that determines how one daerthrope may be compared against another. The fourth of five settings under consideration here is:


Daerthropes that have this ESS activated are only affected if they are within an embropheme in contact with a vasque. The ESS does not have an effect in the globinscular region itself.

Where two particular daerthropes are within an embropheme for the purpose of undergoing a daerthropic reaction, the one with the superior ESSIV will take precedence.

For example, chysanthrone synthetase is superquessive to gylon concentrate within the corlex region, so if both daerthropes are present, chysanthrone synthesis would take place rather than xebosynthesis. Ebulons from the pendiphlabatic neulones are able to reach the corlex region as there is an enclosing vasque defined by a plauric attractor zone.

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