I'm not sure I would characterize the relationship between static plot points and progressive plot points as 'space' and 'time' is accurate.
Some static plot points are more 'mass'-like, such as Domain, Concern, Issue, and Problem, because they are defined by what they are. Others are more 'space'-like, such as Critical Flaw, Unique Ability, Symptom, and Response, because they define a relationship between other static story points.
There are parts of Dramatica that calculate all the 'dimensions' of mass, energy, space, and time, but some of them are not visible in its current incarnation. This includes the units of potential, resistance, current, and power (outcome) applied to the static and temporal story points.
IN THE WEEDS STUFF -- BEWARE
In Mental Relativity, the theory behind the Dramatica 'theory' and the source of the equations that define the relationships between Knowledge, Thought, Ability, and Desire ("KTAD") and which parallel the relationships between Mass, Energy, Space, and Time ("MEST"), KTAD has specific definitions and relationships.
These can be LOOSELY defined as:
- Knowledge -- the amount of data's familiarity/existence, measured by position and density
Thought -- the flow of data, measured by charge and direction
Ability -- the change of data (delta Knowledge), measured by speed and flow
Desire -- the change of the flow of data (delta Thought). measured by acceleration and vector of change
Keep these concepts in mind as you apply them to the static and temporal story points and their relationships to each other. They may give you some deeper insights into Dramatica's model construction.