You should slow down and keep track of who is making what argument...just an fyi.<quoted text>
"The worthiness of Einstein's conclusions hinge on one question: Is time physical? The answer is no. Time is immaterial.2 I know this because all physical things have physical properties: chemical composition, weight, height, etc. How much does time weigh? What is its chemical composition? Such questions are absurd when applied to time. Time does not weigh anything and is not composed of chemicals because time is not a physical substance possessing physical properties that can be measured and dissected. To think of time as a physical substance is to commit the categorical fallacy; i.e. confusing one category of existence/thought with another. It is like trying to look at man's soul through a microscope! It simply cannot be done. Time is not physical."
If time was not a physical property then acceleration and mass would have no effect on time, but we know it does.