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I wish to ask whether I understand the following correctly. This universe seems to have six fundamental elementary bosons namely photon $(\gamma),\ W$-bosons$(W^+,W^-),$ gluon$(g),\ Z$-boson $(Z)$, Higgs boson$(H^0)$ and graviton$(G)$. Each fundamental force field of nature is mediated by the interaction of each of these particles, namely electromagnetism from $\gamma$, strong force from $g$, weak force from $ Z,W^+,W^-,$ gravitation from $G$. This brings forward another question, I know that particles get there mass from interaction of $H^0$, but does it also analogously result in some fundamental force ? If not, then why the exception?