Full disclosure, I am novice and I do not know much of the lexicon associated with physics. Please forgive the vagueness of the language I use as the proper terms are unknown. Insight on the theoretical properties of the question as well as insight on the correct vocabulary is appreciated. It there a connection between the magnitude of a body's gravity and time? When I say "time", I mean the pace of time. That is how fast stuff ( Molecules/atoms etc.) decay within a gravitational field. It seems to me that there is a inverse relationship between the magnitude of gravitational force and the pace-to-time. That is on earth we all experience (9.8m/s^2 x our mass) and the pace-of-time has the same impact on all of us, which is why we age (molecular breakdown) at relatively the same rate. I assume if we were in a bigger gravitational feild our body's would under go more stress, we would move slower (in terms of speed) and the pace-of-time would get shorter. As a result our body's would age faster in comparison to earth. Of course, vice-a-versa in the case of a lesser gravitational field, pace-of-time would lengthen and we would age slower. This of course leads to a whole host of other questions concerning pace-of-time (or whatever the correct term is) in space and how it changes throughout the universe as well as how entropy would have similar effects on our body's or different. I am pretty sure, there are some blaring misconceptions in this train of thought, the reason for the post. Thank for considering.