VOID ( VOID ( POINT ( POINT ) ) )
VOID ( VOID ( POINT ( LINE ) ) )
In the previous verse there were four points surrounding an emergent central zero vector point, now there must be three. In the forward movement the sphere persists, even if only for a moment and aquires a radius. In the backward movement the sphere flattens into a circular plane whose centre has acquired the attribute of location.
Minkowski Space-Time Diagram the three ordinary dimensions of space are combined with a single dimension of time to form a four-dimensional manifold for representing a space/time.
Im a sense I am postulating a four dimensional zero vector structure, where the three dimensions of space are represented by the 5 x 5 x 5 framework of x, y and z axes, with the fourth imaginary vector – the first primal discrete moment or instant of time – comprising the complete work of 125 verses. The movement from 0 to 1, from virtual to actual, represented by co-ordinates 000 and 444 respectively.
Whilst all 125 verses express the idea of a virtual point acquiring the attributes of three dimensional reality, the 125th by implication represents this construct as a virtual point entering time. In other words becoming real as the implied 4th dimension gives this point the attribute of temporal existence, if only for a timeless or infinitesimally short duration.
Fantastic Four #51 (June 1966) “This Man, This Monster” page 13, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Joe Sinnott, letters by Artie Simek