By referring to first-causal space as "original" space, it refers to a different type of space than we have now. My Ether Model claims that the space we have now contains an ether, composed of ultra-rarified, elemental, etheric energy-units, that interact with each other, via contact of their vibrations. First-causal "points" in "original" space would have existed within a type of space that was free of these ether-energy-units, as well as being free of anything else. Such a type of space would have likely been more self-compatible than space is now. -Therefore, you should not try to make analogies between how we would experience "points iu space," using our present concepts, of how "points" would have related to an "original" space. In this kind of model, I think we should refer to "point localities" of space rather than simple "points." Such localities of space would have had to be finite (in order to be able to oscillate, and later, to vibrate.) True "points," in mathematics, are dimensionless.