The only one of it kind, ¬†the amazing technological marvel known as the Agglomerator is the labor of a life's work by Professor Y. Inspired by the work of Hugh Everett III (an¬†American physicist who first proposed the many-worlds interpretation), Professor Y began theorizing the idea of the Agglomerator at a young age. Corresponding by mail with several world renowned scientists (German theoretical physicist Werner Heisenberg wrote to him that atoms are not things, they are only tendencies), Professor Y refused to see our known reality around us as set in concrete. He instinctively knew there just had to be something more out there. Using String Theory and its 11 dimensions as his basis, he theorized the strings stretched and combined to form thousands of universes connected to one vast structure like a membrane. Maybe there were many membranes containing many universes and maybe within those universes contained other strange life forms. (This is pretty heavy stuff for a child!)
The sudden death of his parents at age twelve only intensified Professor Y's desire to explore what is outside of this universe and our known experience. The vast fortune he inherited allowed him the financial freedom to begin laying out plans for the construction of the Agglomerator casino and the space-based Astrofactory it would be contained in. To get into the multiverse, Professor Y theorized the Agglomerator would need to generate enough energy to create a traversable black hole. He calculated a traversable black hole would require the Agglomerator to produce the equivalent negative energy that is generated when a red star collapses into itself. The blueprints for the design and construction of the Agglomerator and the Astrofactory would run into millions of pages.
Located on the 12th level of the Astrofactory, the Agglomerator is a large chamber containing gamma ray and boson particle accelerators and integrated with thousands of ethereal computers. These specially designed computers make use of trillions of superluminal (faster than light) computations to create a mini black hole in order to find other universes and unlock the data of multiversal life forms. ¬†The Agglomerator is then able to¬†quantum teleport the properties of these new objects to the Astrofactory. Once inside the Agglomerator computers, the properties are rearranged and the multiversal object can be regenerated and sent out to members of YummyWorks as 3D desktop toys.
Here are the main functions of the Agglomerator:
- Identify hidden universes and dimensions within the multiverse
- Locate animate and inanimate objects
- Create a sub atomic, traversable¬† black hole
- Quantum teleport multiversal object data to the Astrofactory
- Rearrange object particle data
- Upload regenerated versions of object particle data to members of YummyWorks as desktop toys