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local PIGTRADE_ONE = { PIGTRADE = 1 }
local PIGTRADE_TWO = { PIGTRADE = 2 }

--print(GLOBAL.constants)
table.insert(GLOBAL.TECH, PIGTRADE_ONE)
table.insert(GLOBAL.TECH, PIGTRADE_TWO)

Sorry, so it there anything i'm doing wrong 
 

TECH =
{
    NONE = TechTree.Create(),

    SCIENCE_ONE = { SCIENCE = 1 },
    SCIENCE_TWO = { SCIENCE = 2 },
    SCIENCE_THREE = { SCIENCE = 3 },
    -- Magic starts at level 2 so it's not teased from the start.

--bit of refrence

print(GLOBAL.TECH.PIGTRADE_ONE) will always come as nil for some reason

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Since you are using table.insert, it would end up as:

TECH =
{
    NONE = TechTree.Create(),

    SCIENCE_ONE = { SCIENCE = 1 },
    SCIENCE_TWO = { SCIENCE = 2 },
    SCIENCE_THREE = { SCIENCE = 3 },
  	[1] = { PIGTRADE = 1 },
	[2] = { PIGTRADE = 2 },
 }

Change 

table.insert(GLOBAL.TECH, PIGTRADE_ONE)
table.insert(GLOBAL.TECH, PIGTRADE_TWO)

to

GLOBAL.TECH.PIGTRADE_ONE = PIGTRADE_ONE
GLOBAL.TECH.PIGTRADE_TWO = PIGTRADE_TWO

Which will leave you with 

TECH =
{
    NONE = TechTree.Create(),

    SCIENCE_ONE = { SCIENCE = 1 },
    SCIENCE_TWO = { SCIENCE = 2 },
    SCIENCE_THREE = { SCIENCE = 3 },
  	PIGTRADE_ONE = { PIGTRADE = 1 },
	PIGTRADE_TWO = { PIGTRADE = 2 },
 }

 

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