since gravity under GR has unlimited range the graviton must be massless. since the graviton is massless, the higgs field does not couple to the graviton. If the higgs field did couple to gravitons, it would cause gravitons to have mass, contradicting observation. but the higgs field carries energy, and gravitons must couple to the higgs field but remain massless. the higgs boson then does not couple to gravitons. but since the higgs boson carries energy, then gravitons must couple to the higgs boson. is it possible the higgs boson mass of 126 gev is the result of higgs coupling to gravitons is this correct? so if gravitons couple to both the higgs field and higgs boson based on energy, why doesn't the gravitons gain mass?