Time Dilation - The effect of mass on time?
The time dilation examples are almost always the same: An atomic clock on the earth will not run at the same speed as one in space. For instance, the satellites that are part of the GPS systems have a time correction factor. Excuse me, but isn't this just an example of the effects of gravity on atomic particles? I mean you can stick an atomic clock next to a black hole and that joker will start buzzing, but that doesn't mean that time itself speeds up! Am I right?