Since everything in the universe can be calculated using 3D grid mathematics, it seems logical that universe would be ON a grid of some sort. So then what would the grid be, exactly? After dwelling on this idea for a while, I came to the conclusion that it would have to be space itself, because, it just makes sense. Otherwise, how else could something possibly exist in a specific location OF space? But said conclusion would logically imply that space is comprised particles (just like the rest of the universe) otherwise how would there be actual points on the grid? Not only that, but using the distance between the points of space could be used to explain how space could POSSIBLY be "bent" as its predicted to do so in the presence of large amounts of gravity, just by factoring in a varying/closer distance between said space particles proportional to the amount of gravity present. Thoughts? Agree/disagree?