**Intersion** is the process by which basic elemental variables are defined for a specific dimension or plane. The Universal Nomenclature Convention bases its protocols from intersion procedures, using certain letters and numbers to briefly describe the dimension based on its characteristics.

## Baseline Elemental Structure

The Baseline Elemental Structure (BES) is the natural model in which elements exist within a dimension or plane. So far, 4 different BES have been described.

### **Atomic**

The atomic BES model is the most common throughout dimensional existence. It is intersed into 72% of all discovered dimensions, including *D-5g2*, *D-5g3*, and *D-9x9*. The model consists of 3-dimensional modular particles (atoms) which consist of 3 sub-particles (protons, neutrons, electrons).

### **Linear**

The linear BES model is the second rarest model throughout dimensional existence. It is intersed into 12% of all discovered dimensions, most notably *D-2f3 *and *D-4x3*. It consists of Tersing strings of varying lengths, which in certain patterns and configurations yield different elements.

### **Planar**

The planar BES model is the rarest model throughout dimensional existence. It is intersed into 1% of all discovered dimensions. Only two life-sustaining dimensions utilize this model, *D-9d3* and *D-9h2*. The model consists of bi-dimensional planes, which in certain patterns and configurations yield different elements.

### **Geometric**

The geometric BES is the second most common model throughout dimensional existence. It is intersed into 15% of all discovered dimensions. As a general rule, only divine-class dimensions utilize this model, including *D-1a1*. It consists of 10 separate fundamental objects, which when combined in specific amounts through divine processes, alongside certain amounts of Tersing energy, produce different elements.