I explain to my friends how time and space are all illusions:
A point in space has no volume. It does not exist in space, yet all space is made of it. Therefore, a line, which is made of points, has no volume. And volume itself - it is all an abstraction! There is no real distance between us and anywhere else! And if every distance is the same then the "time" it takes to move anywhere is also an illusion! If we understand this illusion then there is no limit to where we can go in time and space!
My friends say this is impossible, because travel in space is easy, but time is very different. Should I answer their questions? Or should I prove I am right, by building a time machine? Or do something else?