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Quantum Gravity Lesson 38

Every math undergraduate loves their torus, with the 18 triangles needed to compute homology. With quantum cubes, we automatically label axes discretely with powers of a letter. 
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So when does a square include a 2-cell? Look at the bottom left square. 

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A category theorist will immediately see that this is a limit diagram for the product of X and Y. But the square defined by the generator of H1 does not yield a nice square, although it does commute.

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