In wikipedia it says “A clock that is under the influence of a stronger gravitational field than an observer’s will also be measured to tick slower than the observer’s own clock”
I wonder. Does It make sense to a network?
If you draw information transfer lines ( ?gravity lines ) between the big gravity object to the small object. Like the input data vector in machine learning. The small object needs to read all those lines before continuing its update. Then could an increase in input data the size of this vector cause a larger delay perhaps.
Further with my network theory in mind. I speculate that many things have time dilation. To be able to get deterministic physics.
An idea is to classify reactions. That is. The number of different reaction results are limited. Then there is a classification problem. That is. You need to wait before one class is more probable than the other.