A fantastic question. I will answer it as quickly as possible.

There is **no space** for **time**. Time is geometrical feature of Einsteins equations. In fact, when you turn the hand back of time, you will find you treat physics as though it came from geometrical features. I assure you now, that no theory entertaining time can exist. I refer you Julian Barbour and ''The Nature of Time''. The nature of time is a REAL problem in physics. We cannot unify physics in the order we do in the low energy epoch. You will find that this is actually called geometrogenesis. The low energy phenomenon happened later in the universes history when there was enough spatial expansion. Thus matter also appears from geometry, atleast by low energy speculations.

thank you, to try and "draw" my reasoning: Imagine excange of positions (of one particle) happening in dicrete steps. you hava slots, A,B,C,D,... the particle dissapears from A, then appears in B, between A and B, time can happen.

or instead of discrete slots A,B,C,D,.. you have a straight continuous line where between any pair of two points there is always one more point. Here there is no space for time. There is just travel.

also, by stretching of space, intuitively i would wote for discontinuous travel, since the time [

], to travel from point @ to point § at light speed is not uniform, - @ and § are constantly more appart due to stretching of 'fabric' of space. i add to this also the case of different wavelenghts of light at constant speed. i say travel is discountinuous, and time is the quantity between @ and § or to put 'space' between them.

if we would to travel at the same speed of stretching of space, we would have mooved more than the stretching of space, because we moove discontinuously from A to B to C,... while it is taking "more time" to come from A to B due to stretching of space.

seemingly paradoxical: since A and B are constantly more apart, yes it takes more time to go from A to B, but we are "jumping" from A to B, not traveling the whole "distance", since this "distance" is time and not space. We can only travel in space. But on the same count, I claim traveling with speed of stretching od space means faster tavel thatn stretching od space.

but it is not really a paradox, since space is only point A and point B. it takes more and more <b>time</b> to travel from A to B, since 'space' is stretching. space is discountinuous, and what happens in between two points of space is time.

or

space is continuous and there is no time.

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