A real photon is wieved as an electromagnetic wave. In addition, if gravitons exist, we can view real gravitons as gravitational waves. However, can we observe the waves from the weak and strong nuclear force? I have never heard about them, therefore, I don't think they exist. Is the statements below the correct answer to why we are not observing any of those waves?
We are not observing ang waves from the strong nuclear force becuause it is prevented from color confinement, which says that every quark and gluon can only exist as a pair, making the color white. Therefore, we cannot observe free gluons.
We cannot observe waves from the weak nuclear force because the bosons are so massive, that they will decay imminently.