If some ideas, like Smolins for example, are 'correct' we're all 'discrete bits of information'. Those 'bits' could, as some sees it, be of two dimensions, with what we observe becoming a 'holographic reality', describing both our third as well as the fourth (time). String-theory talks about 'one dimensional reality, but they also speaks of 'vibrations' of those higly 'tensed' strings, meaning that they vibrate in a 'plane'. To do that you must presume something for them to 'vibrate in' as i think of it, as a sheet of paper, and that should mean two dimensions although we must include some aspect of 'time'.

Maybe that is it?

'Time' and one dimensional strings? And then 'pressure'? As some fountain, every point in SpaceTime locally defined, projecting and defining what we call our 'reality'? Ah well, any QM-hypothesis/theory today will, finally, either have to exclude or include Einsteins definitions of a 'SpaceTime'. Myself I belive it must be included, and if one fail to consider that, then ones hypothesis most probably will be wrong.

As for 'motion', and 'distance'?

Distance as a description must follow an arrow (of time), without a arrow there can be no distance. And 'motion' in SpaceTime is always a local definition as I understands it. I don't really know what that is. Einstein split it into accelerations which is provable to 'change' and uniform motion as Earths which in some manner seems to be the same for all uniformly moving objects, if you go from 'black box scenarios.

Hope the spelling works here?

Anyway :)

This is how I think of it..