Is it necessary that time should exist in another universe if it (universe) is there? How do we perceive timelessness?
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Time is just a construct of man. It is simply the length of observation. Even with a static situation, it can still be observed.
Time exists anywhere there is observation, just like the empty set.
Something which is timeless is said to be unaffected by time, unchanging. Thus, timelessness would just be the embodiment of that.
A good example of timelessness is a single length of time, as it is unaffected by time, and will be - for all time, any time, or no time.