Time is dependent on space. Space is dependent on time (and finite light speed which is the speed of time). The other can't exist without the other. Why? If there was no time, it would take zero "time" to go from place to place. You could not measure distances. Distances would be compressed to one single "place", a singularity. So without time there can not be anything and without anything there can be no time. Distances between places are distances between times. Distances between times are distances between places. Time and space are different parts of the same. In fact, nothing (like this universe) could exist and function if everything wasn't exactly like it is. There is no this without that. They are the same but separate (at least as concepts and perceptions), separate but the same. If you can see everything as parts of one... welcome to the club!