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I have a question, or better yet, a proposition on the higgs boson/graviton: would it be possible for these to be one in the same? What I mean by this is that under the assumption that higgs boson does exist (which I agree with) that gravity is then propagated from the boson.

I understand that basically the higgs boson drags through the higgs field accumulating mass by doing so, and that this mass is then imparted to the other particles by way of collisions; therefore, it's spin must be also zero to be able to collide.

My thoughts then lead to believe that its possible that in a manner similar to an electron propagating a magnetic field perpendicular to the electrical field, so that the higgs field exists like the electrical field and gravity is simply a perpendicular movement of mass

In summary the relationship between electricity and magnetism is the same as the relationship between mass and gravity

I apologize for not having any sort of mathematical proof to backup my theory but I am still a high school student, and currently can grasp the concepts of the standard model but the math behind it is still a little out of league. Thank You! (Sorry to ask a question as my first participation in the forum)

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# Higgs Boson = Graviton ?

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