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The hypergraph *is* the universe.

So if we want to *see* the universe, we need only *draw* the hypergraph.

The question is: *how?*

The nodes and edges of the hypergraph are determined by the rules of Wolfram Physics. But how we *draw* those nodes and edges is *not* determined.

The drawing of the hypergraph is *not* the universe, it’s just a way of *visualizing* the universe.

So I asked Jonathan Gorard how we might decide where to position the nodes and edges when we draw the hypergraph, so that we can see what’s *really* going on in Wolfram Physics.

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Jonathan Gorard

- Jonathan Gorard at The Wolfram Physics Project
- Jonathan Gorard at Cardiff University
- Jonathan Gorard on Twitter

People mentioned by Jonathan

- Plotting the evolution of a Wolfram Model in 3-dimensions by Dugan Hammock
- Temporally coherent animations of the evolution of Wolfram Models by Dugan Hammock

Concepts mentioned by Jonathan

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