Hi Anobodh

Thank you for your PDF description. However you may want to consider rephrasing it for clarity. For example "space...moves less forward in time than the space far away". To many people, the movement of "space" which might represent nothingness, could be a bit meaningless. However, space curvature, as you describe, is easier to visualize and commonly referred to in relativity theories. Equally "slowing of time increases curvature of space" could be confounding wrt causation - what caused this slowing of time or does space curvature account for time dilation? Using graphs with labelled x-axes might have helped. Also your assumption that time in object m2 is 5 times slower than object m1 of equal mass - it might help to explain how this occurred?

Dark matter is a conundrum and certainly unlikely to receive an overnight explanation. It is more likely that many snippets from multiple ideas will lead to a satisfying explanation; perhaps your contribution may be incorporated Anubodh?