Transexpansion Numeral Units

The transexpansion numeral unit (TNU) was invented in 1985 by Jupitter-Larsen to explore the distance & separateness in between linear counting locations that don't neighbour each other. When arranged in order, the TNUs form a spiral around the standard linear numbers. If one assumes that each individual linear number is a particular location along a counting order, then each individual TNU would be the distance between two selected linear number locations. Where the TNUs have been placed is unimportant. What is important is that anyone can make up their own personal numbers to symbolize any numeral interrelationship that Jupitter-Larsen's don't. Instead of a way of doing arithmetic, what you end up with here is an emotional & philosophical barometer.

I (pronounced a) is located in between 1&4 but not 2&3.
II (pronounced be) is located in between 4&8 but not 5,6,&7.
III (pronounced se) is located in between 6&9 but not 7&8.
IV (pronounced de) is located in between 2&6 but not 3,4,&5.
V (pronounced e) is located in between -2&2 but not -1,0,&1.
VI (pronounced ef) is located in between 9&13 but not 10,11,&12.
VII (pronounced je) is located in between 11&14 but not 12&13.
VIII (pronounced ach) is located in between 14&18 but not 15,16,&17.
IX (pronounced i) is located in between 19&22 but not 20&21.
X (pronounced ja) is located in between 22&26 but not 23,24&25.
XI (pronounced ka) is located in between 24&27 but not 25&26.
XII (pronounced el) is located in between 20&24 but not 21,22,&23.
XIII (pronounced em) is located in between 16&20 but not 17,18,&19.
XIV (pronounced en) is located in between 27&31 but not 28,29,&30.
XV (pronounced oh) is located in between 29&32 but not 30&31.
XVI (pronounced pe) is located in between 32&36 but not 33,34,&35.
XVII (pronounced kyoo) is located in between 37&40 but not 38&39.
XVIII (pronounced ar) is located in between 40&44 but not 41,42,&43
XIX (pronounced es) is located in between 42&45 but not 43&44
XX (pronounced te) is located in between 38&42 but not 39,40,&41
XXI (pronounced yoo) is located in between 34&38 but not 35,36,&37
XXII (pronounced ve) is located in between 45&49 but not 46,47,&48
XXIII (pronounced dub'yoo,-ve) is between 47&50 but not 48&49
XXIV (pronounced eks) is located in between 50&54 but not 51,52,&53
XXV (pronounced wi) is located in between 55&58 but not 56,&57
XXVI (pronounced zed) is located in between 58&62 but not 59,60,&61
XXVII (pronounced a,-teen) is located in between 60&63 but not 61&62
XXVIII (pronounced be,-teen) is between 56&60 but not 57,58,&59
XXIX (pronounced se,-teen) is between 52&56 but not 53,54,&55
XXX (pronounced de,-teen) is between 63&67 but not 64,65,&66
XXXI (pronounced e,-teen) is between 65&68 but not 66&67
XXXII (pronounced fe,-teen) is between 68&72 but not 69,70,&71
XXXIII (pronounced je,-teen) is between 73&76 but not 74&75
XXXIV (pronounced ach,-teen) is between 76&80 but not 77,78,&79
XXXV (pronounced i,-teen) is between 78&81 but not 79&80
XXXVI (pronounced ja,-teen) is between 74&78 but not 75,76,&77
XXXVII (pronounced ka,-teen) is between 70&74 but not 71,72,&73
XXXVIII (pronounced el,-teen) is between 81&85 but not 82,83,&84
XXXIX (pronounced em,-teen) is between 83&86 but not 84&85
XL (pronounced en,-teen) is between 86&90 but not 87,88,&89
XLI (pronounced oh,-teen) is between 91&94 but not 92&93
XLII (pronounced pe,-teen) is between 94&98 but not 95,96,&97
XLIII (pronounced kyoo,-teen) is between 96&99 but not 97&98
XLIV (pronounced ar,-teen) is between 92&96 but not 93,94,&95
XLV (pronounced es,-teen) is between 88&92 but not 89,90,&91
XLVI (pronounced te,-teen) is between 99&103 but not 100,101,&102
XLVII (pronounced yoo,-teen) is between 101&104 but not 102,&103
XLVIII (pronounced ve,-teen) is between 104&108 but not 105,106,&107
XLIX (pronounced dub'yoo,-ve,-teen) is between 109&112, not 110,&111
L (pronounced eks,-teen) is between 112&116 but not 113,114,&115
LI (pronounced zed,-teen) is between 114&118 but not 115,116,&117
LII (pronounced a,-hun'drid) is between 110&114 but not 111,112,&113

  • A xylowave occurs everytime an effect has no cause, or a cause has no effect.