First of all, I’m not well versed in Calculus or other tools required to fully grasp the latest understandings of QM or Relativity, so please take my question with a grain of salt. My question is simple. Do Gravitons exist? My intuition impels me to think of Graviton and Gravity in terms of Particle/Wave duality (as in Photon/Light). I suppose such visualization is in line with how other particle and wave concepts that are well applied in experiments, but then I hit a wall. Consider a Black Hole. We know that not even light can escape the Black Hole from within the Even Horizon boundary (save the Hawking’s Radiation, which is really a QM effect at the fringe of Event Horizon). Why, then, is Gravity (Graviton) allowed to “escape” or “emanate” from Black Holes? While I realize that it is precisely Gravity which makes Black Hole what it is, but what’s so special about Gravity/Graviton, a seemingly close cousin of Light/Photon, that makes it the only remnant of Black Holes? I had an earlier post asking about the nature of Space-Time fabric and whether or not the Matter, Gravity and the Speed of Light are but manifestations of the underlying composition and characteristics of such Space-Time fabric’s interaction with Force/Energy (https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=102640). Without providing any equations or proofs (I lack the tools), isn’t it possible that Black Hole is a region of Space-Time that counters the isotropic inflation/expansion (due to great Mass) that is the very fabric of Space-Time itself? I must be misguided somewhere, but would appreciate some pointers on this and my other post (which is lacking reponses/guidances). Thanks.