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Should you take Wolfram’s physics seriously?

Stephen Wolfram recently announced his new Physics Project, an attempt to rethink how we do physics in terms of simple operations on abstract structures. And already there are people in the physics community expressing opinions about it ranging from disapproval to disinterest.

As non-physicists, what should be our take? Awe? An indifferent shrug? An eye roll? Is it really worth our time…

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Alex Lamb

Alex Lamb

ML team manager, complex systems theorist, science fiction author, data scientist, communication skills trainer, improviser, painter, futurist, dad, etc.

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