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==Number Line==
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10  11 12 13 14  15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  A  B  C  D  E   F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z

==Sysgy== = ==Tractor== ==Gates==

0:Z       = Z           0-0  (0)
1:Y       = X           1-1  (1)
2:X       = V           2-3  (3)
3:W       = T           3-6  (6)
4:V       = R           4-A  (A)
5:U       = P           5-F  (F)
6:T       = N           6-L  (L)
7:S       = L           7-S  (S)
8:R       = J           8-10 (1)
9:Q       = H           9-19 (A)
A:P       = F           A-1J (K)
B:O       = D           B-1U (V)
C:N       = B           C-26 (8)
D:M       = 9           D-2J (L)
E:L       = 7           E-2X (Z)
F:K       = 5           F-3C (F)
G:J       = 3           G-3S (V)
H:I       = 1           H-49 (D)

I                       I-4R (V)
J                       J-5A (F)
K                       K-5U (Z)
L                       L-6F (L)
M                       M-71 (8)
N                       N-7O (V)
O                       O-8C (K)
P                       P-91 (A)
Q                       Q-9R (1)
R                       R-AI (S)
S                       S-BA (L)
T                       T-C3 (F)
U                       U-CX (A)
V                       V-DS (6)
W                       W-EO (3)
X                       X-FL (1)
Y                       Y-GJ (Z)
Z                       Z-HI (Z)


I think its cute how it folds on HI. 
B:O=D is pretty interesting.
0 1 F L & Z gates all loop to themselves. 
W 7 & P gates go to their sysygy
V & F are surprisingly popular with 4 gates to them. A 1 & Z also have four gates but theirs return to themselves.
9 and P being mirrors of 19 and 91 is neat since 9 is a mirror of P. F and T also do this with C3 and C3 but they're less neat because T and F are not mirrors.

"Making this was pretty fun" - Anon

 "I hope that someday, you'll be reunited with the one you cherish" - Mawd
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Anon's previous iteration
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Anon's first attempt
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>>162 (OP) 
i'd like to plug this diagram (not mine)
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this one too, which is also not mine haha
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These are beautifully organised diagrams! 
I am a big fan of the use of multiple colours for different zones and gates on >>165, really helps with the readability. Placing the zones like this kind of reminiscent of ovaries. 
The vertical alignment in >>166 is super aesthetic. Looks like a modern architectural sketch. I really appreciate how they were able to capture a spiraling dimensionality in it.

Very cool. Thank you for plugging them.
waaah! I cant believe I thought moving everything inside the big zone was going to be the easiest way to unclutter this. Got some real smol brain feels going on rn lol
The connections are really easy to identify in these. This will save me a bundle time trying to figure out good placements when I try and draw more of them. Still I'm glad I got to give assembling a few of them a shot before seeing these. Kinda wish mawd hadn't re-posted my first two tries with my math errors though TwT

You said you didnt make these? Have you made one? I had enough fun I was contemplating drawing another today ^^;
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heyyy i made that, glad u all like it!!
didn't have scanner back then but do now so here u go
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Big thanks for stopping by to give us the updated version Anon!
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