After the Cern discovery supporting the Higgs field Which is something I have little familiarity with. Due mainly to fourm opinions not necessarily this one that had discounted anything Higgs related. I started wondering if we do need a graviton to be the force carrier of gravity in the standard model. For example a larger mass hence a larger concentration of Higgs bosons/field could be used to represent the amount of gravity influence or could it? Hopefully I am not out on left wing on that thought. I've always had trouble thinking of gravity as a force even though its accepted as one but thats another topic.