Hmm, yes, I know what you mean on the 'time as a whole' concept, viewing the entire existence as one piece instead of a flowing line of progress. It 'flows', but it's more illusory because of entropy. I don't much like using that buzz word, but it fits in this sense. Time is the illusory experience of interacting particles. I think Brian Greene once likened it to slicing bread, every time a particle interacts with another 'time is sliced'. So it kind of digitalizes time's existence, makes it quantifiable, instead of this long analog flowing river.
The parabola modification is of my own doing. It represents the quantum uncertainty of far-distance interactions, which result in a singularity. Beyond a given point, the interaction is unknowable. As the particle approaches its destination of measurement, the odds of being found at a particular point is exponentially increased. It must 'decide' to exist. It's not a one hundred percent accurate model, but it shows a vague concept of how I view quantum uncertainty, and the immediate future...
(each color is a separate particle, btw. i can make a better drawing, I did that in like 3 minutes.)
To expound on the time being a falsity claim - Time is relative to everyone, but time passes the same for everyone. Particles always interact at the speed of light, always, relative to themselves. The concept of time is purely a side-affect of relative observation, it is as illogical as the concept of tangible geometry, which I do not believe exists.