## Object in a Time field

Suppose body floats in a Time field, such that timeflow at the bottom of the body is 1% faster than at the top, or just simply, there is timeflow rate difference at opposite ends of the body. No other forces are affecting the body. Assume that this timerate difference is not caused by any force, but is inherent property of given space.

Q: what would that body "feel"?

Considering probabilities of interactions, or any conventional QM wisdom, is that sufficient to think that such body WILL feel any sort of force?

Inuitively me thinks body would tend to move towards faster time due to higher probability of interactions. Its rigid structure would be stretched. And that feels like gravity. If time field sustains same rate difference even for moving body, then it will continue to accelerate?

Now if such body enters space where timerate slows down sharply, it will have bottom timerate slower than top, but somewhere inside the body timerate faster than either edge. Sort of wave will reflect back from that new slowrate space, oscillating inside the body and stretching/compressing it until the wave relaxes between 2 edges.
Seems like collision of matter.

Now if body has equal timeflow at any edge, but faster timeflow in the center of it, would it tend to collapse towards its center, lumping?
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 The TIME is INHERENT for ANY OBJECT i.e. its TIME CYCLE is SAVING CONSTANCY. Any ACTION, which is DIRECTED on CHANGE of the TIME CYCLE, does LEAD to a CORRESPONDING COMPENSATION RELUCTANCE. This is My "Law of the conservation of Time". It allows to explain all known and unknown yet a forces and phenomenas.

## Object in a Time field

okay, this sounds sensible. But I'm at this point interested more in what body will feel. As you might see, I'm trying to realise if its enough to have timeflow difference to cause movement.
I'm not sure how one would approach this question with conventional tools.

 Originally posted by wimms okay, this sounds sensible. But I'm at this point interested more in what body will feel. As you might see, I'm trying to realise if its enough to have timeflow difference to cause movement. I'm not sure how one would approach this question with conventional tools.
I do not think that the unceasing timflow exists . This will brings you to a notion "infinity of the space". People take this error as the truth, but this is illusion, is look like a reality only.
It is appropriately to say : " do not trust with eyes " here. On existing presentations, the Universe is an object having infinity space, though 10 billions years is passed from BB . If take into account, that "space enlarges at the speed of light" then not in a complicated way to find the radius of the sphere in which the universe exists. It is known and its value is not infinity. Then the intrigue question appears :
- that there is outside the sphere?