can anyone well versed in both GR and quantum explain to me the very underlying problems with these to theories, and if time was not a factor ie.... time was not as GR explains, would that solve any problems. To my knowledge time is the result of the geometry of the universe, as in theory, what if time is the fabric of the universe the sheet that all rests on, and mass lies on this sheet and allows space to exist and motion. Motion and the time sheet is the only thing that allows time intervals to be seen, no motion no time, sounds crazy but using a thought experiment totally shows the legitimacy, imagine a 3 dimensitional block no imagine two things lying in the same point in time, at A. now if two masses take off from that point one traveling faster one slower. the faster takes a more angled down approach in time, and as the limit of motion approaches that of C , theta of the angle down would reach 180 degrees meaning no times interval can be seen, whereas a slow objects would move near a straight line on the time sheet. all the effects or consequences of GR that i know of i can explain with this aspect, many of you may voice that this is same thing as norman but i don't think it is. its not anymore that we look at the change in motion with respect of tiime its the opposite we watch for the change in time with respect to motion. I think motion is the only way we can see what time is or shalli say a time interval. this isn't theory development or anything just want some clarifications so please don't warn me or anything. but taking time out of the equation would this help out with quantum problems.