This is several questions crammed together because they overlap in my mind. Thanks! Is the Higgs Field something that occupies the complete void of space, or is it thought to be a property of space itself? Was the Higgs Field caught up in the mass of the pre-big bang singularity, or would it have been all around it? Is it subject to gravity? Was spacetime caught up in the singularity big bang? If so, was there just pure void "outside" of the singularity? If the Higgs Field gives objects mass, what gives the Higgs Field mass?