April 8, 2020
Answered by: Stephen Wolfram
Does your theory make predictions?
Ultimately it should predict everything about the universe, although many of these predictions will be computational irreducibly difficult to work out in detail. However, even at this stage, there are a variety of surprisingly concrete directions for predictions. One issue is that we do not yet know the overall quantitative scale of the core phenomena (since we do not know for sure the elementary length for discrete distances in space). However, we can already see that there are general predictions about cosmology, astrophysics and quantum processes, especially related to black holes.