On page 201 he states, "When we discuss issues of fundamental physics in Chapter 9 we will encounter a variety of other types of network systems--and I suspect that some of these systems will in the end turn out to be closely related to the basic structure of space and spacetime in our universe."
And on page 468 we read "Presumably the vast majority of rules will lead to utterly unworkable universes, in which there is for example no reasonable notion of space or no reasonable notion of time."
The above words of Stephen Wolfram are right.
The conclusions Stephen Wolfram comes to using cellular automata are also correct,
Both space and time are phase differences of scalar resonances. That is all they are.
DR. Milo Wolff has proven the electron and its spin are both scalar resonances.
Read this (link below) for the concept of space phase difference:
In other words space between two scalar resonances is determined only via the spin frequency scalar resonance phase difference.
Entities that are close have spin frequencies that are more in phase with their closest sides and entities that are further away have spin frequencies that are more out of phase with their closest sides.
The further two entities themselves are in time then the further apart are their principal scalar resonant frequencies.
Both space and time are merely phase differences of their respective scalar resonances.
Time is a phase difference between the spherical acalar resonances themselves.
Space is the phase differences between the scalar resonance spin frequencies (Dirac's spinor).
So on pages 201 and 468 of his book, Stephen Wolfram is correct.
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