So, I have managed to confuse myself beyond the point of repair. I am not a physics student, so my physical knowledge is limited.
Anyway, there are a few topics of relativity, which I can not seem to be able to seperate into either the general or special one. So, for one, I know a lot of things probably overlap, but what is more important to know is which topics do NOT belong into either.
So, when trying to explain special relativity I think I mixed up a couple of things. Correct me if I am wrong:
Special relativity describes that transformation of mass into energy and back is possible. Time is moving relatively (slower for faster moving objects). A ball falling to earth is equivalent to a ball 'falling' in a at g accelerating rocket. A ball in a falling elevator is equivalent to a ball floating in space. Nothing can move faster than light. Light in vacuum is always travelling at the same speed. Light is affected by gravity. Mass alters the time-space-fabric and attracts mass. The actual mass of something depends on the objects absolute velocity. Physical rules are the same in all not-moving systems. Everything moves along spacetime on the shortest possible route.
I know those are in no order what so ever, but are there some things which do not belong in this heap or did I forget anything? I find it hard to find anything that directly separates all those topics.