Willabarm Classifications

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Named for Willabarm, frontrunner of metaphysics in the sixth age, ninetieth eon, fourth cycle. Willabarm classifications describe interactions between disparate nouns, and are a common mechanism for extrafacetary mathematicians and other students of similar sciences to characterize the world. They often overlap in describing the elements of a scenario, or the way in which they relate to each other. Willabarm classifications range from modeling the extremely common (type two) to the highly abnormal (type seven). For most extrafacetary folk, type eight and type nine events form the lion’s share of what might arise in normal non-academic discourse and news. These two event varieties in particular lie at the sweet spot of frequency, disruptive potential for the general public outside the directly affected parties, and the small stable of responses mustered for addressing any issues they might cause.

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