Hello all, In 2009, I had clumsily posed a question to these forums, regarding the objectivity of time. In 2012, I had posted a short piece of writing, clumsily suggesting that three dimensional space is an emergent property of interactions between virtual point-particles. Last year, my attention was drawn to this article, suggesting that time is an emergent property. I now return to these forums, in order to ask you, the physics community, whether you assume the Moreva et al article (posted above) to be of relevant value to physics? If you accept time as an emergent phenomenon of particle interactions (correlations), then should space not also be accepted as an emergent phenomenon of particle interactions?