In regards to Einstein's relativity, it's basis in three dimensional space argues for an intersection of these three one dimensional lines as steming from a point. Considering the point is fundamentally equivalent to zero and place a role in division, could this be interpeted as a division of a theoretical ether resulting in time as we know it?

I ask this because it appears the point appears to be the center of all matter, and yet not a thing in itself without linear 1 dimensionality. The linear one dimensionality exists if and only if their is (a) point(s) and a circular form of reasoning follows. Is it possible that an ether can exists as one dimensional circular space from which time extends?

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