Extension of the Higgs Boson to Gravitation

Extension of the Higgs Boson to Gravitation
The Higgs Boson The Higgs Boson has been discovered in July 2012. The principle of the Higgs Mechanism is right but it does not explain mass and gravitation. The Higgs Field To date, several moot points concerning the Higgs Field exist : The first point is not important but nevertheless must be highlighted. Physicists consider that the Higgs boson is the materialization of the Higgs Field, just like the photon materializes the EM field. This view is probably right but we do not have the proof of this extrapolation. In physics, the electric field is associated with the electric potential, the gravity field with the gravity potential, and so on. In the Higgs Boson Theory, the Higgs Field does not have its counterpart, the "Higgs Potential". This inconsistency must be explained. Physicists suppose that the Higgs Field permeates all space. This is pure speculation because the Higgs Boson has always been detected near particles. This means that we do not know if the Higgs Field permeates all space, or if it is locally created by these particles. The assumption that the Higgs Field could be produced by the particles involved in the interaction is an interesting suggestion because it solves the Higgs Potential inconsistency. Physicists think that mass and gravitation are parts of an unique theory. The Higgs Boson explains mass but does not cover gravitation. The left side of the Einstein Field Equations (EFE) is in 4D (x,y,z,t) whereas the right side in 5D (x,y,z,t,m) since "m" is included in the Energy-Momentum tensor. The 4D expression M = f(x,y,z,t) is missing in the Higgs Theory to solve this inconsistency of the EFE. ...other debatable points also exist...
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