hi there... what is a point in a space? classical math tells us that a point is: - an exact location on a plane surface - it has zero dimension but it can be viewed of as - an origin of fundamental forces operating within a dimension. all forces in a dimension must have an origin, thus, it is logical that a point within that dimension must be responsible to create the force. - it has no dimension but movement or activity can be observed. this follows that a point though it has no dimension, the only way that activity is evident is for the point to have rotation. it also follows that it can rotate either left handed, or right handed. - the point's spin also, is not confined to a certain plane in a dimension only. for example, in a three dimensional "space", the left handed or right handedness of the point's spin only denotes orientation since the point can spin in all directions. can you please help me on this if my observations are correct or not beacuse recent physics experiments clearly are going to the direction of this observation.