First off, my apologies for the delay in getting back to you. I've been on the road and internet connections have been intermittent.
path integral (or sum over histories)method of QFT calculations. It requires faster than light travel for virtual particles within Quantum Field Theory (QFT). If these faster than light paths are not taken into account, then QFT does not achieve it 11 digit accuracy. Feel free to point out exactly in those equations, in that link, where they are incorrect. Otherwise, I will take it that you agree with Feynman and faster than light paths.
You started this thread by talking about gravitons being unique among boson's in having to travel faster than c. This is simply not the case in QFT. Not knowing if you knew this, I pointed this out, you came back claiming to know quite a bit about virtual particles. So, either you actually did know about virtual particles and misrepresented the graviton, or you didn't know and misrepresented you knowledge of virtual particles. Which one is it?
Ned Wrightís or Sean Carrollís Cosmology Primers. You will find they donít spend any time explaining anything that happens before 10-43 seconds.
Well, at least I can provide equations, when asked (see the reference to the link on Feynmanís equations above). This does bring up and interesting point and solves my conundrum on what exactly was misrepresented. If I need to show you the math on virtual particles, it shows you know so little about mainstream QFT that there is no way you could have known about virtual particles. And so, you could not have known that virtual photons are required to move faster than c in the path integral formalization. However, it does show that you misrepresented your knowledge on virtual particles.
this (scroll down to figure seven)
here . From this statement of yours, I would suggest you study some basic physics, before trying to overturn current theories.