Mass Dislocation

Mass Dislocation alters the shape of space to either compress or expand it. In this way, a pocket can contain tens of meters of open space or a large room can contain the interior volume of an egg. This ability to rapidly alter the density of space allows for the storage of large objects and some unique electrical interactions with m-brane structures of the universe.

Commonly, mass-compressions are self-supporting as the equatorial pressure of space eventually acts like a wall holding the compression in place – but mass-expansions and are volatile and without support from a specialized system collapse spectacularly.

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