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one-dimensionality exists but cannot be seen

it can only be imagined

for any given distance there exists an incalculably large number of Positions

the Paradox is that between each position there is another incalculably large number of positions and between each of those positions there is another incaculably large number of positions and so on

it is currently proposed that we think of the mass of the universe as being a collection of planck times which enabled eternity or space to assign location or position and that having established position didn't need to furnish any more Planck Times' for non-linear form

it is also possible to make sense of the idea that space/eternity generates planck times on a regular basis; see The Eternity Clock 

we can call the original postion the mass-point

and will assign it as the point of origin of being; 

because mass is defined as that which defines round we will call the universe the three-dimensional primordial mass-ball

the primordial mass-ball is assigned a diameter of three-hundred thousand kilometres because the sequence/picture movement is thought to be consciouness with the inherent mobility of faster-than-light speed and it takes about one second to cross from one side of the circle to the other

(one raised to  the thirty-ninth Power (1 ^39) Planck Lengths - a thousand trillion trillion trillion)

at the centre of the ball is a one-dimensional, incalculably small, position

we can call the primordial position Time

"every position in space is part of a perpendicular line

although all the lines forming a new dimension are perpendicular to every point in the third dimension, they're not necessarily parallel to us

if enough of the lines are parallel in both dimensions in a given area it might create an opening to the fourth dimension"

  (extract from little girl lost - The Twilight Zone; episode 69)

a point in geometry is a location

it has no size i.e. no width, no length and no depth

a point is shown by a dot

a line is defined as a sequence of points that extends infinitely in two directions

the upright line is perpendicular to the base line