The Last Theory is an easy-to-follow exploration of what might be the last theory of physics. In 2020, Stephen Wolfram launched the Wolfram Physics Project to find the elusive fundamental theory that explains everything. On The Last Theory podcast, I investigate the implications of Wolfram's ideas and dig into the details of how his universe works. Join me for fresh insights into Wolfram Physics every other week.

How to measure the dimensionality of the universe | 09:45 | 05/12/2022 | |

Where’s the computer that runs the universe? | 11:49 | 04/28/2022 | |

The expanse: dimension, separation & explosion | 09:39 | 04/14/2022 | |

What is space? the where and the how far | 09:52 | 03/31/2022 | |

What is physics? the how and the why | 10:19 | 03/17/2022 | |

Different rules, different universes | 20:05 | 03/03/2022 | |

Why you’ve never heard of Wolfram Physics | 08:06 | 02/17/2022 | |

Nodes, edges, graphs & rules: the basic concepts of Wolfram Physics | 08:46 | 02/03/2022 | |

Why I’m writing about Wolfram Physics | 06:54 | 01/20/2022 | |

The most fundamental scientific breakthrough of our time | 01:00 | 12/27/2021 |