This particular hoax corresponding to a specific reality relation is presumed to function via quantum computing. Quantum mechanics involves the transfer of particles that lead us to a closed-shell system. The closed-shell system comprises methods that are not connected directly to the Internet and are only accessible via a rare LAN network or accessing the system manually. The plethora of myths on this particular derivation is basically due to its non-existent evidence under practical usage, which is also said to be an ignored idea that belonged to Einstein.

Einstein had discovered cosmological constant, as an addition to his theory of general relativity to "hold back gravity" and achieve a static universe, later abandoned due to Hubble’s theory of universe expansion. This constant was then assumed to be 0 by the researchers hence proving the energy density of the vacuum state to be 0. Further development in this field (early 19th century) proved his theory on “anti-gravity” / repulsion force attributed to dark matter/energy. The formula given: c = Î»/2 (1-Î»/2). Where the possible probabilities of values for lambda can take us back to the core meaning of lambda. The lambda used in this equation is also referred to as small lambda, which has a value of 30 in Greek Number System. On solving the equation by substituting lambda value, c = -210, which gives no significance to this derivation. Polymeric Falcighol Derivation is said to be one of the many ways to access the deep web. This sophisticated algorithm has been called the "Vatican Secret Archives" of the internet. An anomaly was discovered by super deep web scans in the early 2000s. Hence, there are two sides to our information; the scientific yet technical part that had evidence but lost its value and the team that proved its technicality having evidence but lost its access due to the underdeveloped computing system on a larger scale. So the conspiracy remains a question to each one of us, but believing in this derivation could make a difference allowing us to access the unknown.