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TransUraniumDecayRate

Each turn, an amount of new minerals will be formed in the planet's core. The exact amounts are determined by two factors: the host-configurable Isotope TransUraniumDecayRate (by default set to 5) and the mineral density at the planet.

New minerals are formed according to this formula: Minerals formed = density percentage * mutation rate /100

This is calculated for every mineral on every planet. An example: at a mutation rate of 5 and a Duranium density of 60%, 3 kilotons of Duranium would be formed each turn.


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