EmeryPearson said:"Two gold nuggets 2 inches apart in a rock is "space" between two gold nuggets, you can use the rock, the two gold nuggets, but there is nothing you can do with the word "space" in the rock other than use it in a sentence."
You just described measuring said space, so this is a self-defeating argument. If you can measure it, then you can do more than use it as a word.
""time" is a word, just like space. Nothing impacts the word "time". It's not my take on the Hafele Keating experiment, it is they who claim that them traveling around the world made them younger because their clocks showed less time than the ones on the ground, .. not me."
This is also incorrect, if time is just a word, you would be unable to measure it, and unable to use it mathematically. This is not the case. You would be unable to calculate average velocity for instance. And to quote you, you stated "The Hafele - Keating experiment said it was the watch (atomic clocks on the plane) that dictated/proved time dilation.", clocks don't dictate time, they measure it. You definitely stated this, not the Hafele Keating experiment.
"So two objects distancing each other, like twin 'B' on the Spaceship leaving twin 'A' back on Globe-Earth cannot time dilate? I agree, because time dilation, like the other "relativistic effects" exist only in science fiction fairytales."
If you have two objects distancing each other, you have two inertial references, not one. This is a lack of comprehension on your part.
"Mathematically, neither the word space, or time has any value. "
This is incorrect, time and space are used consistently in math. You would not be able to measure the speed of a car for instance.
"Which theory espouses this? Logic does, which comes to me from reading the Bible and observing the world around me, which is real science."
As you can see above, you are eschewing logic, rather than using it.