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Polymeric falcighol derivation

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Polymeric falcighol derivation is yet another deep web secret which can be allegedly be found at the very deepest level of the deep web. It comes from the popular 2012 info graphic. It is of course yet another example of quantum woo.

Shit… I don't really know faggot. All I know is that you need to solve quantum mechanics in order to view this on even the normal web, let alone closed servers. Quantum Computation exists, and the government powers have them. So be careful what you do here.

An intrepid "researcher" at urban dictionary defines it as such:[1]

A complex algorithm that is often associated with the Mariana Web (Level 5 Web); needed to access said web. The Marianas Web is the deepest part of the internet and is only rumored to exist. (It has been said that 80% of the Internet exists here.) It has been called the "Vatican Secret Archives" of the web, containing archives of Historical documents, Government secrets, plans, records, ETC... However the computing power/knowledge needed to process and compute the algorithm is quantum computing, which is still in its early stages and takes use of the quantum-mechanical phenomena. Many often write it off as a hoax[;] however there is no evidence proving or disproving its existence. An anomaly was discovered by super deep web scans in the early 2000's.


The Polymeric Falcighol Derivation is a quantum algorithm used for quantum computing.

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