Does Einstein's General Relativity need to be adjusted for the Higgs field?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Since the Higgs field gives most particles mass, and permeates all space, then GR needs the higgs field to be a theory of space?

So where GR is highly curved, the higgs field is also curved? And does a highly curved higgs field affect the way particles acquire mass? For that matter, a curved spacetime would also curve electricmagnetic field?

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# Does Einstein's General Relativity need to be adjusted for the Higgs field?

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