What if you’re inside a universe, and you want to *measure* the curvature of space?

It’s important because getting a *measure* of the curvature of the hypergraph takes us one step further in Jonathan Gorard’s derivation of General Relativity from Wolfram Physics.

Einstein’s equations relate the curvature of space to the presence of matter. So if we’re going to prove that Einstein’s equations follow from the Wolfram model, we’re going to need that *measure* of the curvature of the hypergraph.

Once again, a two-dimensional crab comes to the rescue, given us a way to measure the curvature of a universe from *inside* that universe.

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See Stephen Wolframâ€™s announcement, under Curvature in Space & Einsteinâ€™s Equations, also included as the introduction to his book A project to find the Fundamental Theory of Physics, page 20, for more on measuring the curvature of space

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