the law of gravity states that objects accelerate at a constant speed, but i'm wondering that if you take into consideration that time travels slower the closer you are to the surface of the earth. doesn't that imply that although it seems to us that it is constant acceleration that, it is actually accelerating at a faster rate as it falls. maybe this would also explain why stars on the outside of a spiral galaxy seems to us to travel faster when they shouldn't be. when in reality it is that time travels faster the farther you get from matter because less space is being altered. so it is space pushing us into the mass, and gravity depends on the amount of matter distorting space. and space is pushing from all direction creating they semi circular from of celestial bodies to try and reach its equilibrium where space isn't being affected by matter?