In physics, it was Laplace’s genius which introduced the concept of potential, a scalar function rather than a three-parameter force vector that was easier to handle and whose gradient is the Newtonian force. The power of the concept showed itself and it became the staple in physics more basic than the gravity and electrostatics. Geometrization of gravity in the turn of the twentieth century did not update this concept and in quantum mechanics both Schroedinger and Dirac equations employ it. Thus I am very happy to have finally made the geometrization of potential a clear issue: it is rather reasonable to posit within the context of a scaled four-sphere universe that potential is always geometric and always refers to the geometry of a three-dimensional ‘physical’ hypersurface in a static scaled four-sphere universe where it’s formula is given by a variation of where is the normal unit vector and is the mean curvature of the embedding in . This is a maximally parsimonious and simple conjecture regarding potential at all scales small or large and could be regarded as a step that updates the potential concept of Laplace from 1790s to a geometrized version for the 21st century when four macroscopic spatial dimensions can be finally accepted.