The Last Theory

The Last Theory

The Last Theory

Episode #057

9 March 2024

Beyond physics:

applying the Wolfram model to biology, chemistry, mathematics

applying the Wolfram model to biology, chemistry, mathematics

with

Jonathan Gorard

Notes

In this final excerpt from our conversation in October 2022, Jonathan Gorard explains how ideas from Wolfram Physics can be applied in fields *beyond* physics, including biology, chemistry and mathematics.

He describes the concept of compositionality, and digs deeper into why the *hypergraph* is able to model so much of our universe.

—

Jonathan Gorard

Concepts mentioned by Jonathan:

- General Relativity
- Quantum Mechanics
- Causal graphs
- Space-like separation
- Multiway system
- Phase space
- SchrÃ¶dinger equation
- Hilbert space
- Kronecker product
- Multicomputation
- Compositionality
- Applied category theory
- Symmetric monoidal category
- Partial differential equations
- Zermeloâ€“Fraenkel set theory
- Universal Turing machine
- Computational universality
- Cellular automaton
- Ontology

People mentioned by Jonathan:

—

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

Subscribe to the podcast

Search for The Last Theory in your podcast player or subscribe on

RSS feed — https://feeds.transistor.fm/the-last-theory

Subscribe to The Last Theory Newsletter

for fresh insights into Wolfram Physics every other week

for fresh insights into Wolfram Physics every other week

Check your inbox for an email to confirm your subscription

Oh no, something went wrong, and I was unable to subscribe you!

Please refresh your browser and try again