An idea that I've been thinking about (get ready to tell me whats wrong with it
) is whether or not time even has speed. Most speeds I've seen were relative to light, but I think that light isn't time, or even a subsection of time, rather closely related. This would mean that light's speed is completely indepentant from time, and that the relationship between time and light is due to the fact that they have "weight" (or possibly interaction) in the temporal dimension (time is
a completely different dimension from the spatial). This would mean that time can't move, or have position, because of its lack of a relationship with the spatial dimension.
But if this is true, than the spatial dimensions would have to have some sort of interaction with the temporal dimension, (distorting the spatial dimension with mass would distort the interaction, thus speeding up would cause the rate of time to "flow" to change, and the speed of light would also change because our interaction has changed) this would cause the "flow" of time that we know, and all we have to do to move within the temporal dimension (could it be possible if it isn't space, and therefore doesn't have position) is to "break" our relationship that holds us still (speeding up to become so massive that we rip the spatial dimension, thus breaking the temporal interaction).
Even to me however, there are several holes to be filled (changing position in a timporal dimesion that doesn't have position, what is the interaction with light, etc.) but other than that, it seems like the start to a viable idea on the relationships of light, time, and us.