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If the Graviton has a non zero mass its range is no longer infinite but how much is its range limited if it has a mass close to the maximum established by the LIGO results.
Could we get some idea by comparing the strength of the nuclear force to that of gravity and the distance over which it operates ?.
If the graviton has mass, then it presumably can generate its own gravity. Thus, gravity would create gravity. This might require a significant rethinking of physics.
This seems like a good argument against gravity begetting gravity.