When we imagine the most fundamental level of nature, we are but unable to visualise anything other than a zero-dimensional single microscopic point particle. This is the simplest assumption naturally probable, a perpetually blissful element. Every theory that succeeds in describing relationships with patterns in nature is based on simple assumptions. The least assumptions incorporated will result in a better theory of everything. Thus, we start with just the one, a point like particle.
(Rifdhi’s Atomos ISBN 9781099096419)