Suppose we have a Star Trek type transporter. In this transporter objects are deconstructed on the transporter pad. Every atom's property is perfectly or even near perfectly copied. Now, deviating a bit from the show, a large block of material on another planet, equal in mass to the transported object, is arranged to match the atomic properties of the transported object. The object is now considered transported. Now suppose that this is how nature progresses through time. Nature constantly deconstructs objects in the universe in one moment in time, and then recreates it in another moment in time. That would mean that objects with more mass, would required a longer time to deconstruct and reconstruct. An object with greater mass makes time slow down (relative to it) as the information is much larger. But what about the effect of velocity on time? Well if an object is moving faster, more of it is energy rather than mass. So it takes a shorter time to deconstruct and reproduce, so time speeds up for that object. Am I anywhere near a logical train of thought? P.S. If I am in the wrong forum for this kind of post, forgive me.