Greetings! I'm new coming to this page but I have a question whose answer goes beyond my understanding of physics...really,even the question goes beyond my understanding but I feel comfortable enough to ask the question, just forgive me if I use the wrong wording... I've read and heard about Einstein's labeling the 4th dimension as space-time but I've had a hard time conprehending the concept. I've also read and heard about 'entropy' and understand that entropy is what will ultimately become of the universe... Taking those 2 concepts to mind, is it not possible to view 'time' as the entropic result of 'space'? Space is in existence and to exist means to occupy space, meaning space, and therefore time, is finite... Also, if I understand what is proposed to happen to time in a blackhole, since nothing escapes a black hole and if time is the result of the entropy of space then time would stand still in a black hole... Where would time go? As is suggested of matter and energy in black holes, it would be jettisoned through a 'white hole' into a parallel but opposite universe. Since space would be ejected into that opposite universe, so too would time... What do you guys think?