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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have read that not long after the BB (~10-32 sec) time and space, as we define them, separated from a unified "whole" which they were a part of. Now its entirely possible that I just misrepresented what I read and if this is the case then I apologise for wasting everyones time.

But if my interpretation is by and large accurate, isnt that just a way of saying that before time and space broke off, there was no time and space? I.e. the there was 0 space between matter even at the smallest level (smaller than superstrings I guess) so does this mean that the universe was a single point with 0 dimensions? With 0 space there is nowhere to travel to because there is just 1 co-ordinate so is it reasonable to assume that if time is dependent upon space there cant be any time withtout space?

Is this a reasonable representation of time and space just before they came to be?

Again if my argument is off its because I have no no formal training in physics whatsoever so any constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated.

But if my interpretation is by and large accurate, isnt that just a way of saying that before time and space broke off, there was no time and space? I.e. the there was 0 space between matter even at the smallest level (smaller than superstrings I guess) so does this mean that the universe was a single point with 0 dimensions? With 0 space there is nowhere to travel to because there is just 1 co-ordinate so is it reasonable to assume that if time is dependent upon space there cant be any time withtout space?

Is this a reasonable representation of time and space just before they came to be?

Again if my argument is off its because I have no no formal training in physics whatsoever so any constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated.