All particles could be described as points in space/existence with a characteristic: magnetic, spinning, electical, fast, slow, attractive, non-attractive… etcetera etcetera.
I mention this as the more I read, the more I find that the odd stone in the garden is odd.
It may have in it a grain of garnet or quartz 4.3 billion years old.
And that the atoms in it are made of neutrons and electrons and protons, and that collisions by neutrinos may have knocked a photon or gamma ray particle off it. And those bits are made of points. Or strings.
Glaciers may have rolled over it before it being flung into the garden by a dinosaur killing comet colliding few klicks away. A while ago.
Anyway, the point of this is to say/ask is that if all particles are in fact just special points, how many points fit into a point to ensure the Big Bang banged from a point?
Maybe it was Big Point Bang?
A sore point? Exploding pimple?