According to general relativity, the time that a Turing Machine near a massive object spends on computing every step is longer than the time that the Turing Machine far awayfrom a massive object spends on every step. Of course, the former TM cann't speedup on computational complexity, but can speedup on the same time. So, if we are near the computer and massive object, we can get much earlier result from computer far away from us and other massive objects, equivalently, we may make speedup of Turing Machine in this way, or make computational complexity relative.
Is this argument true and practical?
Excuse me for posting such a strange question here, since I do not know where to post.