Acceleration – Temporal Iteration – An Introduction to Temporal Mechanics

Temporal dynamics can be applied to the concepts of mass, acceleration, and force redefining these concepts in terms of temporal composition. From these new insights into basic physics can gravity be better understood?

Assuming mass, classically, to be a negative volume of time, or a negative temporal scalar (3D-time), can peculiar phenomena related to the measurement time, such as acceleration and deceleration, be accounted for using these new definitions?