Could time have two defining properties? Let's say time has one property called Time, and another one called Pace. Now Time itself could be said to be only particles moving, and if so, time would be chaotic. If you imagine it, you'd have particles flying all over the place, at different paces, a plate would fall at a different speed each time, even though gravity controlled it. Of course, if time itself is constant because all the forces that move matter is constant, then we have another theory. But still something doesn't quite fiti nto the picture. Why does everything move at the same pace that we expect it to? Why are the relative speeds always constant when measured against the movement of another object in spacetime? Every object in the universe(I define object as a car, a human, a ball, a house, etc) seems to go at the same PACE, as in, relatively to eachother, the error in measurment relatively to each object is constant. So, I propose that we have two properties of time, one is time itself, which si still an unknown phenomena, but also the PACE at which time changes and moves. It seems to be what is holding everything in place. I hope I explained myself deeply enough, any thoughts are welcomed.