In this theory a theorical model is constructed for observation. (This is the first of a series) A: Space devoid of matter. B: Matter devoid of space. C: Space and Matter. In reply to "A" Is absolute space possible, a void with non-existing matter? has it been proven? can it be proven? and could a spatial anomaly exist within this absolute space,a time dimensional factor? In reply to "B" is absolute matter possible, a solid mass void of space? Has it been proven? Can it be proven? and could a spartial anomaly exist within this absolute mass, a time dimensional factor? In reply to "C" In this model we have two so called states, one of space the other matter. Is the existence of space dependent on matter? and the existence of matter dependent on space? Is there a relationship of the two states for it's existence? What are your thoughts?