Okay. I am sure you are all wondering why I am making a 4th theory on the possibilities of karma, but hear me out.
So, the other day I was trying to figure out karma's chemical composition by looking at what it can be infused with. Ghastly (from the Discord) sent a picture saying that karma couldn't be infused with metal, ruling out a lot of elements from the periodic table. As I looked, the pearls from Submachine 1, water from submachine 9, and limestone from submachine 7, I saw that their chemical composition was CaCO3, H20, and CaCO3 respectively. Obviously, most of the elements in here are nonmetals with the only one not being as such being Calcium. With that, I concluded that karma could only be infused with nonmetals. Now the question was "which one does it mainly infuse with?"
I simply went with oxygen being the top nominee, since it could be seen in both water and calcium carbonate. By saying that, I ruled out the possibility of the wisdom gem being a diamond, as that was composed of purely carbon. I did another search on gemstones and what do you know, I found moonstone, a gemstone with a hue similar to diamond. I looked up its chemical composition on http://www.minerals.net/gemstone/moonst ... stone.aspx
and found that it had two: KAlSi3O8 (Orthoclase Feldspar) and NaAl1-2Si3-2O8 or CaAl1-2Si3-2O8 (Plagioclase Feldspars). Regardless, both of these contained oxygen so it could be deemed either way. One thing was for certain: moonstone was the top nominee for a wisdom gem.
Next, I went to Submachine 2 to see how karma transferred into metallic machines. What I didn't realize that not all of the machine was metal! There were 2 wires leading to small white orbs which I assumed to be pearls. When I placed the wisdom gem in, there were 2 sparks of electricity coming out of the ends of the gem. This is the karma transferring from one source to another. This is why, when powering machines, wisdom gems tend to have higher radiance: the karma is "pushed" to the points of the gem causing that gem to have a higher radiance. From there, the wires pick up the karma and transfer it to yet another pearl. That is all I can say for that, so let's move on.
What about the limestone in Submachine 7? Once again, wisdom gem transfer. This time, the gem is placed within a hole in one of the limestones. When it is placed, karma immediately flows into the stones. I don't know what to say about the portal not being there immediately so moving on!
Lab portals: Submachine 4, 5, and Universe. These are self-powered by the karma that is within themselves. This is seen when you attempt to teleport and the 3 orbs are connected by karma. The orbs themselves will be our main focus. The thing about these is that they aren't pearls this time around. Instead, they are grey and significantly larger. Hopefully someone can do a search and figure out what type of nonmetallic substance these are, cause I don't know what these are.
Edge portals: Submachine 6. Same deal here. I don't know the orbs in this zone.
Obviously, with this info, all it does is state what karma can do, but let's take into consideration previous theories. These are all of the theories I will talk about in my next post.
- Cone's karma ocean theory
NavyOfficer's karma crystal report
NavyOfficer's karma gems theory
PiedPiper's karma theory
After that, all of the information will be compiled into a final post in hopes that a definition can be manifested.