This movement can be explained ? By quantum mechanics ? Time divisible to a point , where an object exists in two places at the same time . Here and there . Now and later ? Does this mean , space/ time is particulate , with discrete points of being and not - being , where an object exists at two points , temporarily ? Means , jump from point to point takes no time , movement takes place in the past and future and present .
Aristotle loved to claim that philosophy can "reason out" the universe while the philosopher is sitting on some stone. This is delusional nonsense. Reality is
more vast than any brain neuron pattern can generate and cannot be derived from a few postulates. Even mathematics fails to achieve this simplicity.
An example of the BS tendency of humans to impose their bias on physics is GR and worldlines. We are supposed to accept that all entities exist on some
time dimension where all of their past and future instances exist at the same "time". So time travel is just traipsing back and forth on this fancied time dimension.
This, naturally, is ignorant desire in the guise of deep analysis. Traipsing on a hypothetical time dimension automatically requires a 5th degree of freedom. You
started with three spatial dimensions and then because you thought you were real smart, your desire for a 4th dimension which you call time, you ended up with
five dimensions. Following your own peasant fantasy "logic", you will try to claim that the 5th degree of freedom is a 5th dimension, so then you are implicitly
generating a 6th degree of freedom and so on to absurdity.
There is no time dimension. The past and the future do not exist. The only thing that exists is the "now". It may be fuzzy in the quantum mechanical sense that
multiple realizations of the "now" are possible with some probability weighting. But there is no traipsing possible on some ad hoc time "dimension". It is more
physically justified to assert that motion is a more fundamental property than time. Time is just a construct which emerges from motion and is nothing more than
a label for it. This applies to all processes including particle decay. All physical entities are themselves composed of photons or photon type particles that move
even if they are trapped in a locality. The most fundamental clock is a photon bouncing between two ideal mirrors.
Time dilation inside a gravitational well is nothing more than the photon bouncing between the mirrors taking longer to do so. An absolute universal time is well
defined even if relativist subjectivists don't like it. A real theory of gravity has to start from understanding of its particle level interactions. Not from equivalence
principles and other simplistic hypotheses. GR is just a recast of the Newton's Theory of Gravity since it has nothing to say about the force law. Even if the force
is transmuted into geometry, it still requires an external formulation which GR does not provide. The equivalence principle supplies no information of the form:
Einstein's GR does not provide us with G. Is the exponent of the radius, r, 2 or some other number? MOND says that on large scales it is not exactly 2 and MOND
can resolve the galaxy rotation curve problem without appealing to magical dark matter. Again, it makes more sense that photons (and thus all matter) interact with
gravitons (something that does not exist in GR and GR cannot be quantized since there is no gravitational field but instead some space-time metric). Gravity is thus
a fundamentally nonlinear theory since gravitons must interact with themselves. The MOND power law exponent deviation from 2 is precisely this nonlinearity.
The gravity tangent may seem a non sequitur from the original point about the existence of time, but it is BS such as worldlines that are spawned by SR and GR that
generates nonsense about time and time travel. The SR and GR formulations are formalisms and not fundamentals of reality. You can take any dynamical system
and pretend it has worldlines. That does not mean that the past and the future coexist with the present.