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A conglomeration of particle computers and assemblers capable of altering its structure to suit a task determined by an auxon collective. They are so named because they often take the form of a perfect sphere, although they can sometimes be seen in the so- called “twinned” form. It is speculated that orbs function as the supercomputers of auxon collectives. Most orbs have been named by the researchers that study them. An orb is considered synonymous with the identity of a collective.
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“Orb,” Doug Bosley, accessed April 8, 2020, http://www.dougbosley.com/items/show/15.