If there are two levels of Time, and if ‘Macroscopic Time’ (as opposed to subatomic ‘Microscopic Time’) begins at some point beyond the confines of the atom, then this might explain such mysteries as entanglement, wave-particle duality (and the subsequent wave function collapse), and quantum jumps.
It would explain why a ‘particle’ can appear simultaneously to exist in two different locations until a measurement has been made. The measurement exists within our time (Macroscopic Time) and so creates a fixed point within our time. This fixed point is the particle. However, the wave does not exist within our time and, therefore, whilst it may have appeared to collapse as far as we are concerned, the true nature of the wave phenomenon itself remains unaffected by observation because it is outside of our time. So an observation / detection simply captures a moment in our time in which we observe a particle – a miniscule, ‘frozen’, granular segment of the unknowable, timeless wave.
This would also explain why sending ‘one electron at a time’ through the double slit experiment still ultimately produces an interference pattern (if a detection at slit level is not being made, that is). This is because although we perceive electrons, the wave that we are unable to directly perceive exists outside of our time. So, in effect, it may appear to us that we are firing electrons through the slits one at a time, when in reality the entire wave has passed through at exactly the same time, but outside of our time. Thus, we might spend an hour firing through these electrons through at one per second, but the wave has still passed simultaneously / timelessly through the two slits in its entirety.
This may be the reason why General Relativity cannot describe the quantum world, i.e. because G.R. deals with our Space, and our Time?