The time dilation formulas of both the Special Relativity and General Relativity could be studied using a factor dependent on specific energy. Should such factor be used to define the relativistic mass, the equation that arises is an approximation of the mass and energy relation. This mathematical definition of mass is finally compared to the equations that define Dark Matter Annihilation into charged states via loop-level processes.

The time dilation formulas of both the Special Relativity and General Relativity could be studied using an expression dependent on specific energy. Should such factor be used to define the relativistic mass, the equation that arises is an approximation of the mass and energy relation. An entangled mathematical definition of mass that is finally compared to the equations that define Dark Matter Annihilation into charged states via loop-level processes.

The time dilation formulas of both the Special Relativity and the General Relativity could be understood as children of a common expression that uses a factor dependent on the specific energy. Should such factor be used to define the relativistic mass, the equation that arises is an approximation of the mass and energy relation. An entangled mathematical definition of mass that is finally compared to the equations that define Dark Matter annihilation into charged states via loop-level processes.

The time dilation formulas of both the Special Relativity and the General Relativity could be understood as children of a common expression that uses a factor dependent on the specific energy. Should such factor be used to define the relativistic mass, the equation that arises is an approximation of the mass and energy relation. An entangled mathematical definition of mass that is finally compared to the equations that define Dark Matter annihilation into charged states via loop-level processes.

The time dilation formulas of both the specific relativity and the general relativity could be understood as children of a common expression that uses a factor dependent on the specific energy. Surprisingly when such factor is used to define the relativistic mass, the equation that arises is an extraordinary approximation of the mass and energy relation. An entangled mathematical perspective of both time and mass that opens up again the question of what their definition really is, and which are the factors that modify such variables.

A formula has been developed that defines the relativity of time in a novel approach. In the present paper, this is particularized for cases of temporary dilation due to speed and gravity. Using the previous equation, that serves as basis of the theory proposed, an interpretation of the nature of Black Holes, their formation, growth, and dimension can be developed. Which ultimately leads to an alternative understanding of mass and energy.