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Environments represent the sets of things and possibly life forms that form, together can be treated as reasonably unique. They also need to be consistent in their application of the mechanics system within the normalisation limits.

Each environment will have an associated set of rules that govern the operation of the environment. These rules inherit down the hierarchy of rules with increasing specialisation.

Environments provide the complex interaction between things. They represent a higher level of sophistication above the underlying system mechanics.

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