I have devoted my entire life to the creation of music and one could even call me a time machine.
The idea that time does not exist is, to me, preposterous.
In music there are songs and these songs are "quantized" into events, measures, beats, fractions of beats, ticks and samples and all of these are laid parallel to a measurement of time. Similarly our universe is an orchestration of stars and planets forming and fading into space.
The song's tempo may change and the amount of samples per second may be sped up or slowed down though time is the only constant. Time never changes. A a second is always a second, a minute a minute, an hour an hour and so on.
It is like saying inches and feet and pounds don't exist or that mass is irrelevant.
The mass of an object remains constant even in weightless space.
It is the object's inherent potential to exhibit mass in a gravitational environment.
Just as a song still exists in the midst of a loud blaring noise that obscures its patterns.
The song's sonic signature is simply added to the overall harmonics of the noise.
To say that time does not exist is to imply that we are really not here.
We may not to be the very purpose of all that exists but we still remain part of the whole.