H.G. Wells thought of time travel before Einstein :) The m of E=mc². So here we are in an atom again but this time with a mirror like sphere shell keeping wave energy reflecting around the inside perimeter of the shell with, of course, energy concentration to the point of slowing time and causing mass. I'll not get into the why of the shell right now. Einstein's relativity describes time dilation and he published the equivalence formula E=mc². If I did the math right and if the subsitution holds and since this came from an equivalence formula then it may mean that it can show the equivilance of the the perceived light speed barrier change to change in time rates. Where (tr) is time-rate e=mc²--->m=e/c² substitution of e(tr) for m---> e(tr)=e/c² ---> canceling out energy---> tr=1/c²--->tr=1/(300,000,000 m/s)²---> tr=1.1-17 m²/s² Yeah, yeah. I know. Seems too simple to be true. Anyhow... If I remember right from a long time ago m²/s² possibly indicates energy without mass and possibly the units of time. (instead of just t, as commonly used in physics with unit s (second), for a single common time rate). m/s² is the SI unit for acceleration of mass. kg· m²/s² is the the units to describe energy or work in Joules. Without the mass unit there is just m²/s². Seems to be indication of acceleration of over a distance without mass. I do not see time-rate itself as having mass. If this equivalence does hold as an invention it could have some applications. As any good physicist knows light (from lights perspective) travels instantly across the universe but in so doing it also travels forward a year in time for every light year of distance it travels (depending of course on the gravity wave density (which determines the time-rate)). I'm really rusty on math and physics units. Anyone with sharper math/unit-understanding feel like hopping in on this?