The Taniyama-Shimura-Iwasawa biocluster created a unifying language that serves as an alternative to set theory, as well as providing an explanation for the geometry of large-scale structures.
As more and more dwellers embrace the idea of large-scale structures, related research is accelerating. Certainly, imagining a vast arrangement of utterly gigantic structures in which galaxies are embedded paints a very different picture of the universe, and one that makes one wonder if these structures are themselves embedded in something even larger.
"Whatever it is, it is already present in some amount since ever."
"I already presented all this information to the board. I have to tell you that they are greatly concerned that you are drawing your own conclusions."
"Do you think I don't want what's best?"
"I'm saying I'm getting wildly differing reports. I have a job to do. I'm not the ultimate authority here, but neither do you have the authority."
"What do you want me to tell them you're doing now?"
"I don't know yet, but I will."