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From the February 1919 issue of The Christian Science Journal

By human beings space is usually considered to mean that which seems to contain everything in existence, and it is described in various ways, such as an external environment, fathomless expanse, an all-inclusive medium, or a mental creation. Dimensions are made use of when we are considering space of limited size and shape, for which an elaborate geometrical system has been developed, based upon the point, line, surface, and solid as the elements.