All phenomena are caused by nature trying to correct one or more violations to conservation laws.
Louis Savain

Sorry, but you will have to explain how physical and chemical processes slowed by “a violation of conservation laws” is different from experiencing a slower time.

Your term “dt/dt” is incomplete, anyway — you divide one object’s space time progress by a reference space time progress. This editor doesn’t allow index numbers, but the term should be “dt1/dt0”.

We seem to observe an expanding universe. Would this mean that each point in space time would already be moving at a significant speed, incurring dilation effects? We don’t observe any changes in distances down our gravity wells (galaxy, solar system, planet) while we do observe red-shifting.

If space doesn’t expand measurably on a localized, gravity-influenced area, then where does it expand?

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