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How gravitational potential effects mass?

Is this formula

m = m0/sqrt(1-Φ/c^2) right or at least close to reality?

The purpose of the question:

If overage Φ decreases because of Universe is expanding,

then maybe it can help to find another explanation why it expands with acceleration.

Lets consider small particle with momentum

p = m*v.

If this small mass m decrease because of decreasing of overage Φ of whole visible Universe,

then because of momentum conservation law

v must arise.

So it would generate expanding with acceleration.

Maybe this would help to explain things without dark energy,

or at least would change predicted amount of it?

Is this formula

m = m0/sqrt(1-Φ/c^2) right or at least close to reality?

The purpose of the question:

If overage Φ decreases because of Universe is expanding,

then maybe it can help to find another explanation why it expands with acceleration.

Lets consider small particle with momentum

p = m*v.

If this small mass m decrease because of decreasing of overage Φ of whole visible Universe,

then because of momentum conservation law

v must arise.

So it would generate expanding with acceleration.

Maybe this would help to explain things without dark energy,

or at least would change predicted amount of it?

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