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## Main Question or Discussion Point

1. The time distortion due to relative velocity does not cause any "real" loss if time in itself,loss of time only happens with acceleration, right? How can I predict the amount of time that has been lost relative to an inertial point of view(if I know the value for the other variables)?

2. Is the gravitational field created by an object relative? ie: does the m in the formula vary with 1/(1-sqrt(v^2/c^2))?

3. c is the limit of the velocity an object can have. Is there a limit to the acceleration an object can have (I am speaking only of instantaneous acceleration here)?

2. Is the gravitational field created by an object relative? ie: does the m in the formula vary with 1/(1-sqrt(v^2/c^2))?

3. c is the limit of the velocity an object can have. Is there a limit to the acceleration an object can have (I am speaking only of instantaneous acceleration here)?