Hello, all! I'm kind of new to the field of Cuils, but I'm hoping to be able to make some contributions. There are a couple of things that I find confusing, however; for example, would someone be willing to explain negative cuils to me?
I'm glad this site isn't completely dead.
Anyways, now to answer your question.
Well, since the lower the cuil amount is, the more real it is, that means that after it passes 0 and goes into negatives, it becomes more real than reality. I think the word is hyper-real but I'm not sure, you might have to check the cuil math page or something.
Ok if it helps you might want to think of it like a pH Scale? Above 0 cuils isn't "realistic" and that intensifies as you move further away from zero, so (positive) ∞‽ would be the ultimate abstract. That means that (negative) ∞‽ would be the ultimate realistic. -.000…1‽ would be slightly more realistic than 0 cuils and +.000…1‽ would be slightly less realistic than 0 cuils. 0 cuils is what we base our measurement system off of, it is based around human observations and what we find to be the laws of the universe. It might be confusing at first but you just need to study cuils until you can begin to.