rjbeery Posted May 27, 2020 Author Share Posted May 27, 2020 37 minutes ago, Strange said: But the usual meaning of gravitational attraction is the "force of gravity" (the acceleration due to gravity, g here on Earth). In which case, there is direct relationship between the two. You can have two places with the same value of g but different time dilation. (Or the same time dilation but very different values of g.) You're saying that there is a direct relationship between the variables, and also that they are not dependent. Please provide examples where their dependence breaks down (if you have any). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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