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If the universe is mathematically based - which it looks increasingly like it is the case - than it would be self consistent to view what we believe are physical objects as actually made from a mathematical structure rather than 'indivisible matter'. That would apply to space itself.
Then the whole structure does not need any physical space to exist at all, because AFAIK mathematics does not require a spatial dimension in order to exist.
Then the whole structure does not need any physical space to exist at all, because AFAIK mathematics does not require a spatial dimension in order to exist.