Time field Suppose body floats in a Time field, such that timeflow at the bottom of the body is 1% faster than at the top, or just simply, there is timeflow rate difference at opposite ends of the body. No other forces are affecting the body. Assume that this timerate difference is not caused by any force, but is inherent property of given space. Q: what would that body "feel"? Considering probabilities of interactions, or any conventional QM wisdom, is that sufficient to think that such body WILL feel any sort of force? Inuitively me thinks body would tend to move towards faster time due to higher probability of interactions. Its rigid structure would be stretched. And that feels like gravity. If time field sustains same rate difference even for moving body, then it will continue to accelerate? Now if such body enters space where timerate slows down sharply, it will have bottom timerate slower than top, but somewhere inside the body timerate faster than either edge. Sort of wave will reflect back from that new slowrate space, oscillating inside the body and stretching/compressing it until the wave relaxes between 2 edges. Seems like collision of matter. Now if body has equal timeflow at any edge, but faster timeflow in the center of it, would it tend to collapse towards its center, lumping?