1.) If the particle they believe to be the Higgs particle has a mass of 125 GeV, then how is it that the Higgs field itself does not have mass or react with gravity? If it is in fact the field creating the mechanism that gives everything its mass, and its particle form also has mass, why is it not effected by gravity? 2.) I have read that the Higgs field, being a scalar field, is not effected by black holes or gravity and is constant through everything, yet this doesn't account for some of the unexplained questions in physics like, "Why does the universe expand faster than it should?" or "Why do galaxies spin faster than they should towards the edges?". Both of these issues are related to calculated amounts of mass or gravity not being what they should be. We are obviously missing something big. How can one say that the Higgs field is not effected by the forces it creates? 3.) Light is supposedly not effected by gravity, because photons have a rest mass of zero, yet it is obvious that light bends into black holes. Some may argue, "It isn't the gravity of the black hole bending the light. It is the fact that the gravity is warping space-time, causing light to travel through the warped space-time." All waves travel through a medium except for light. But I disagree with this, because this view of things shows that light flows through the fabric of space-time. What is the difference between this fabric of space-time and the Higgs field and how do they effect eachother?