It would be nice if you could state the mainstream view of what conflicts.

As you wish.

Could the spatial dimensions just be additional sub layers to the infinite temporal one? Could all the dimensions/fields/fabrics live under "TIME"?

No. The Universe runs on GR, which states that the time and space dimensions are curved, but distinct.

I suspect we give way too much credence to the spatial dimensions, when all they do is convert waves to physical objects. Time runs the show.

Waves are as much physical objects as particles. They both live in a Hilbert space that is not the same as space-time. Waves and particles are not distinct entities. We typically use the following notation: |u> is called a "ket" and represents the state that a particle (or wave) is in. When we want to choose a specific representation we multiply this by a, say, < x |, called a "bra." This representation <x| u> is a "bra-ket" which gives us the properties of the state in whatever space the x operator maps to.

Pure infinity is too much to handle for our reality. Time is the core and then we have all these layers filtering it.

"Pure" infinity? I've never heard that term. It's either infinite or it isn't. "Time is the core..." What does this mean? "...we have all these layers filtering it." What layers? Filtering what?

The reason I don't usually critique concept by concept is that you are trying to use standard terms in non-standard ways. But there's so much confusion that I don't know where to start to point out corrections. For example, the infinite temporal dimension. This term makes a certain amount of sense as a concept, but why include the word "infinite" and the temporal dimension is 1D? You can't pack 3D space into a single dimension without losing a huge amount of information about the system. So how do I go about correcting the concept into something basic that you would know? In the past I've occasionally tried to do this and your response contains a whole bunch of other terms that are confusing or outright incorrect. That's why you need to start all over... so you can apply the correct terms as they come up. Leave the "unobserved matter waves" and "holographic Universe" and the others aside for the moment and focus on the basics. I'd start with the Stern-Gerlach experiment. If you can understand that then you can understand anything in basic QM.

-Dan