Yes I know Noether's theorem, which lets physicists get conserved quantities from symmetries of the laws of nature.

I take one step beyond it and talking about two extremes that cannot be measured in our reality, because our reality is not less than the complementary relations between them.

These two extremes are:

1) Total timing (or total symmetry) where no space exists, and all we have is a perfect oneness that is not "a one of many…" realm.

2) Total no-timing (or total broken symmetry) where no time exists, and all we have is infinitely many disjoint realms, where each realm is totally disconnected from any other realm.

Our realm is not less than complementary relations between these extremes, which produce a weaker version of them that can be combined into what is called Space/Time realm, which we are a part of it.

Connectivity or integration is the property that is recognized by us as time or correlation among different entities.

A time-line of some universe is the most connected state where no discrete phenomenon exists and all we have is a smooth connectivity without space (no measured place).

Non-connectivity or differentiation is the property that is recognized by us as space or non-correlation among different entities.

A space of some universe is the most disconnected state where no smooth phenomenon exists and all we have is discreteness without time (timing) or correlation (no measured flow).

Our universe is both time_AND_space and this complementary relation can be found in any researched level within and without us.

For further information, please read:

http://www.geocities.com/complementarytheory/LPD.pdf