Can anyone speak to what effects gravity would have on the Higgs field or vice versa? As I understand, the Higgs field exists as a non-zero base energy field. A second assumption is being passed around that this field is "constant value across the entire universe", which simply doesn't compute well with our current observations on gravity.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm refraining from layman speculation, and I'll ask those who respond to do the same. While we may not have experimental examples yet, I'm also very interested in mathematical conclusions which have been reached.

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# Gravity and the Higgs Field

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