Layer Paradox

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
layer paradox (n.)
Applies tosystems, headspaces, system functions
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A Layer Paradox is a layer or multiple layers within another layer. The layer that houses the other layer(s) may look too little from the outside, such as many large cities being housed inside a single small forest.

The contained layer(s) may be organized in any way or order, and can range in size.

The term was coined by The Pluralites to explain a structure in their inner world.