"In quantum gravity, the problem of time is a conceptual conflict between general relativity and quantum mechanics. Roughly speaking, the problem of time is that there is none in general relativity. This is because in general relativity, the Hamiltonian is a constraint that must vanish. However, in theories of quantum mechanics, the Hamiltonian generates the time evolution of quantum states. Therefore we arrive at the conclusion that "nothing moves" ("there is no time") in general relativity. Since "there is no time", the usual interpretation of quantum mechanics measurements at given moments of time breaks down. This problem of time is the broad banner for all interpretational problems of the formalism." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Problem_of_time Could you shed some light on this for me ? Is this another way of saying there's no time, only spacetime in GR ?