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Researchers have noted that collectives use the principles of seed crystals and atomic crystalline structure as the basis for their computing hubs. It is hypothesized that auxons grow critical infrastructure whenever possible to minimize energetic costs. While not as powerful as more traditional data centers, these computation schemes are highly robust and fault tolerant.
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Auxons use seed crystals to grow the information and data clusters that form their libraries. In addition to storing the cumulative knowledge of the collective, information clusters also house critical instructions for how to engage with the environment. An Auxon that becomes separated from these resources is at significant risk without the knowledge of its collective.
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Attendants carrying completed idea-elements via sub-surface route.
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