So far I’ve been pretty good at saying what I’m going to do: develop algorithms that show how particular aspects of physics can occur in a locally randomised discrete network. Well someone’s already doing it. It’s Alex Lamb over at How To Build A Universe. I particularly like his post Making Waves 4 where he has created a wave in his random network that propagates as an expanding circle, encounters a wall with two slits, and then creates an interference pattern from the bits of wave going through each slit. This is a great result.