When we zoom out, does the graph take on the geometry of a smooth, flat space with a fixed number of dimensions? (Answer: yes, when we put in the right kind of state to start with.)
I don’t understand the article enough to decode what “the right kind of state” means, but this feels like circular explanation. The three-dimentional space can “emerge” from a graph, but only assuming it is the right kind of graph. Okay, so what caused the graph to be exactly the kind of graph that generates a three-dimensional space?