The Nature of Space, Time and Matter
In the absence of matter, space would equate to nothingness. in the absence of events involving matter, time would have no meaning. The existence of matter enlivens all of nature. It is proposed that nothing exists or moves in space but matter including the originating particles and the "fabric of space."
There is little to know of space and time in the absence of matter. It is proposed that matter has always existed and shall always exist. It is proposed that some scientific roles previously attributed to space should be attributed to matter. The present writing is, in part, an exploration of this concept.