Entry into Fortnightly Topic Challenge #38: Reusing Information 1
Isn't it nice to have the same information to depend on, that you know will be reused? ... Wait, who said that you were getting that information?
Hint 1 (Incorrect Integers):
What might that green arrow point out? [For the colourblind, the green arrow is the only arrow without a question mark underneath.]
Hint 2 (Weird Weights):
I wonder why lithium has "CPU" under it, and whether that might help work out what the other weights mean.
Hint 3 (Incorrect Integers):
There are exactly two of each '(1)', '(2)' and '(3)'.
Hint 4 (Incorrect Integers):
The extraction to a word from this puzzle is similar to Weird Weights in the final step.
Hint 5 (metapuzzles):
The letters in the grey circles at the top spell “meta” when rearranged.
Hint 6 (metapuzzles):
This structure is very important to the metapuzzle, and may remind you of something else:
Hint 7 (metapuzzles):
The above image specifically relates to ionic bonds.
Hint 8 (metapuzzles):
What do the four circles represent in the “meta” at the top of the image, and what happens to the circles in an ionic bond?
enigmatic-puzzleand as such, it is up to us to determine which kind of puzzle this actually is, and therefore what the OP is requesting of us. I would assume it has something to do with duplicated information that isn't inherently obvious. $\endgroup$