I was recently reading about Time Dialation in a Gravitational Field http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/Hbase/relativ/gratim.html#c4" From this i was under the impression that the closer you are to a gravitational field the "slower" time is. I was also reading about how the faster a point charge moves the more its electric field get Distorted. According to the Biot-savart Law. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biot%E2%80%93Savart_law" [Broken] I began thinking if both electric charges were moving in a gravitational field and not moving past one another, and they were different distances from the center of the gravitational field, then one would have a stronger time dilation than the other. Since there is a time dilation difference i was under the impression that one charge would be moving faster than the other, but never moving past it, which seems like a confusing concept. Also if one charge is moving faster would this create an imbalance in forces? I am not very knowledgeable in general relativity so i think i might be missing something, but if anyone has any insight it would be appreciated.