The whole world is a collection of points and interactions between them.
The flow of thought moves our tangible function in the wave flow through this field of points, determining the desired position of our measuring instruments for fixing changes in the environment and means of transmitting information to influence the environment.
However, when analyzing any function, its trajectory has a higher value for us than the field of points through which it passes.
A point ceases to be important after it intersects. But at the same time, information hidden at a point has the properties of an aspect, along with the function itself.