Is it possible to build a logical argument on the following line? 1) The force of gravity can only be observed between two or more bodies. 2) The claim that a single body has a gravitational field is purely theoretical; it cannot be observed. 3) If the only demonstrable gravity force is a force between two or more bodies; is it not possible to claim that a single body does not generate a gravity field unless gravity exists in the form of gravitons that then become the (unobserved) second body. 4) Gravity then is not the effect that mass has on space and time, but it is the effect that mass has on gravitons and it requires time for that effect to spread through the graviton field. 5) That means that if we are to accept the current theory that a single mass has a gravity field; then we have also to accept by the same theoretical implications, the existence of gravitons.