Good-evening members! For some time now, time is really bugging me. Especially this line in the Wikipedia entry on Time I came across this article that says that time is sort of an illusion created by motion of things in space. So my question is, can we describe motion by using just motion and space - without using time? To elaborate, suppose a body moves 10 meters in 10 seconds, can we instead write that the body moves 10 meters with speed 10V (V being fundamental unit of speed). With that I'm starting to imagine the difficulties in explaining the processes that would be far easier if we just used time, for example describing heating of an object by using this logic would require taking into account velocities of particles and their motion through space, but they can be described this way... right?