...a PHOTON has no mass, so it flows through the ever present higgs bosson field with no resistance.
Is that like saying "it has no mass because it has no resistance and it has no resistance because it has no mass". Circular reasoning or tautology? Maybe I'm missing something but if a photon has no mass because it does not interact with the Bosson field can we truly know that the Bosson field exists? What makes a photon different from other particles which do interact w/ the Boson field? Does the Bosson field occupy all of space/time? If not would that mean such field free space would contain no matter of any kind? Could the Bosson field be manipulated to alter a particle's mass? Since all masses interact to give us the illusion of gravity would fiddling with the Bosson field allow us to manipulate gravity (move ordinary matter at photonic speeds?)...
Boson not Bosson