Isn't the force of gravity just a result of the shape of space as it is affected by masses within it? Why is it believed that it is a force associated with theoretical force particles "gravitons"? I can understand that the electric or magnetic force is a product of particles with fundamental interactions, but isn't gravity different? I always imagined gravitational force being more a geometric result of masses bending the shape of space. I am only in Physics 2, undergraduate level, but this is a question I have been thinking about for months now. Should I be thinking about this in a different paradigm?