In the slide above from Dr. Hawkin’s latest keynote the point W is depicted outside the physical boundaries of the pen but within its location space. How big is its location space? I can close my eyes and think of a point G that is 2 meters away from the pen. Do I make its location space bigger this way? Am I using the room around me where the picture above is displayed on a screen as its location space when I place point G? If mentally I try to place a different point M 55 million kilometers away onto the surface of mars still relative to the pen in the screenshot above do I still utilize its location space? Was it that big or did it have this enormous capacity to represent space?
From the same keynote:
All possible locations are assigned in a room even though we might not have moved through most of them. A unique set of locations for the unique representation of the room.