So you do not believe that time dialation does not increase with increasing speed.
That's right I don't. A clock seems to run slower the faster it goes
That is what the websight said
The first such link was apparently deleted by the Moderator but I found a link to a routine that seems to confirm the observation, and I have no quarrel with it
My device increases speed by objects placed on top of each other that are moving upwards on top of each other.
This is a bit confusing. I presume you mean, for instance, the bottom object is still, your machine causing a second object to rise from it, with a third rising from the second, etc, so that each succeeding object is rising at an increasing speed relative to us, the observer and our device
..in which case of course the clock carried away with each succeeding object appears to be running even slower. So far so good, hardly anybody will disagree
Then time dialation would be less on the bottom and more on the top.
Yes it would still appear we're in agreement. The bottom clock is reading the same as ours with each succeeding clock moving up with a reading lower than the one below it. So All, you'll have to forgive my perplexity since I don't exactly comprehend what else your gadget is supposed to do in relation to"time travel," especially backward
Rereading your OP, All, I'm wondering if we're not situated on the "bottom" object but instead somewhere in the middle, and you're asking whether clocks below us would appear to be running backward; in which case, no they wouldn't, they also would appear to be running forward (tho slower of course) just as the ones above
Unless you mean that in addition to their relative motion up and down the entire occurrence is also moving away in tandem, introducing further relativistic considerations I cannot at the moment entertain
But might someone else who better follows All's reasoning intervene with clarification