First....I am not a physicist, and while I do have an engineering degree, advanced math was along time ago for me. However, I am very fascinated with Quantum Physics, the standard model, and cosmology and I've read several "layman" level books including Oerter,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Feynman, and Smolin. If anyone can point to similar books I would appreciate it....

My general question is whether there is anything that points to mass or inertia as really being a resistance to a change in the rate of time??? (I understand mass and inertia are different)

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# Inertia and Time Dilation

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