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A Type 9.0 Civilization is one that has an energy consumption of 1096 watts and it can control the entire Hyperverse. They have broken out of all of the layers of simulations, and are now inside the physical location of the simulation. As such, they are able to control the entirety of that localized simulation once the technology required to harness the simulational core of each simulation (simulatechnology) is developed.

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Transportation

This type of civilization have a teleportation range of googols of light years. However, this is still not enough to teleport to another Hyperverse. This allows multiversal travel to become nigh-instantaneous, but not at the level of seamless teleportation (manifesting to a location in exactly 0.0 Planck times).

Engineering

By this point, entire metaverses can be coded and programmed to power singular technologies, from virtual cities to communications equipment. Those civilizations at the pinnacle of Type 9 can simulate metaverses as a general (if not completely obsolete) power source. Most Type 9 civilizations are also capable of interpreting the exotic code of a metaverse and translating said code into a more physical form, allowing for direct control and micromanagement of a single metaverse. Weaponry of this type will be able to cause every conceivable subatomic particle in a multiverse to collapse into primordial black holes, most of which decay almost instantaneously.

Three special fields of technology are developed at this stage; Simulatechnology, Icosatechnology and Penteicosatechnology. Simulatechnology is the science of harnessing the power of the hyperuniversal physical simulation core to control every aspect of a hyperverse. Penteicosatechnology is a strain of technology that allows for the direct exploitation and altering of singularities inside of black holes, including but not limited to giving them a volume and surface area not equal to zero without causing the black hole to collapse or undergo an exotic, extrarelativistic reaction. The technologies used to simulate extremely archaic versions of Archverses is called Icosatechnology and is more of a milestone than a practical science, since the Archverses simulated usually last 1/G64-th of a Planck Time, rendering them only barely detectable to the point where no meaningful data can be collected other than that they exist.

Subtypes

Civilization Description Amount of years to take
9.0 Access to other hyperverses is made conceivable, but not yet achieved. Simulatechnology is starting development to more precisely control a hyperverse. 600 Tretrigintillion
9.1 First expeditions to the next-door Hyperverse; Icosatechnology is becoming "practical". 10^107 (100 Quattortrigintillion)
9.2 Millions of people live on the next-door Hyperverse. A Simularegulator is built on the simulation core to streamline and expedite power production. 3.3x10^111 (3.3 Sestrigintillion)
9.3 Expeditions to distant Hyperverses. 10^122 (100 Novemtrigintillion)
9.4 Contacted the creators of the simulation. while having at least two other Simularegulators. 10^129 (1 Duoquadragintillion)
9.5 Explored large portions of the local Omniverse; Penteicosatechnology is becoming practical. 10^137 (100 Quattuorquadragintillion)
9.6 1/1,000 of the local Omniverse is colonized, hundreds of Simularegulators now exist, rivaling the authority of the Creators over their simulation. 10^144 (1 Septemquadragintillion)
9.7 Made a open-source database of all universes, multiverses, metaverses, xenoverses, and hyperverses discovered. 2x10^154 (20 Quinquagintillion)
9.8 A few percent of the local Omniverse is colonized. 10^170 (100 Quinquinquagintillion)
9.9 Half of the local Omniverse is colonized; Enneicosatechnology is being thought of. 10^185

See Also

Kardashev Scale (note: you are feel to add Kardashev scales between other Kardashev scales).
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