<i>relativity (both of them) gives a very very mathematical view of reality</i>

You say that as if it's a bad thing. Not fond of maths?

<i>I can say that Time = Space and make a perfect mathematical model, but therefore, this does not mean it is *really* like that

maths is a tool, it's just very abstract </i>

Does it matter if things aren't "really like that", provided that the theory makes correct predictions about what we should see in the real world?

<i>just this, for anyone in these kind of debates, don't get emotional because that's real stupid and irritating</i>

Irritation is an emotion, isn't it?

<i>lastely, concerning general relativity, my intuition tells me that it can't be correct ...</i>

Intution is not necessarily a good guide. Quantum mechanics is perhaps the most counter-intuitive theory we have, yet it is also perhaps our most accurate theory.