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Being a digital platform, many people think that engineering the //PRL is all about writing lines of code. The truth is that many years ago it reached a level of complexity where its own internal physics had to be considered and integrated with the physics of the non-digital world. One of the benefits of this was the discovery of utilizing real-world tachyons to manipulate digital time, which eventuated in an explosion of new ways to control digital matter.
While most people wouldn’t notice these differences in their day-to-day lives, //PRL Engineers have access the platform’s Substrate layer. One key aspect of this digital layer are its Stations built as the digital half of digital-real physics integration systems.