The Last Theory
The Last Theory
The Last Theory
    Episode #007    
14 April 2022
The expanse:
dimension, separation & explosion

In the last episode, I introduced two fundamental characteristics of space: position and distance.

Today, I’m going to introduce three more characteristics of space: dimension, separation & explosion.

If it’s to be a viable theory of physics, Wolfram Physics has to accurately model space as we know it, including all five of these characteristics.

Let’s see how it measures up.

In this episode, I refer back to Episode #006: What is space? the where and the how far. I recommend you watch the video or read the article rather than listen to the audio for that episode, since you’ll want to see the visuals!

Doppler siren by jobro reproduced under CC BY 3.0

The Last Theory is hosted by Mark Jeffery, founder of Open Web Mind

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“Wolfram Physics, if it’s to be a viable theory of physics, has to accurately model space as we know it”
“Space might look uniformly three‑dimensional at a large scale, but how do we know that at an unimaginably tiny scale, it doesn’t look messier, more like one of the graphs of Wolfram Physics?”