I'd like to use the theoretical graviton particle to give some characters telekinetic abilities. My research so far is this:
• Gravitons are a theoretical particle in string theory that causes the bend in space-time we associate with the effects of gravity.
• Gravitons are massless and can travel at the speed of light.
• They are found wherever the effects of gravity are (a.k.a. in mass).
• The existence of gravitons may indicate that gravitational force is stronger than we usually observe because its effects are dispersed over other dimensions. (This is because gravitons are very, very small; much smaller than photons.)
My question is, even though gravitons might be stronger than we think because of the dimensional dispersal, would redirecting the gravitons' effects to a more singular dimensional direction generate enough strength to overcome the gravitational pull of an entire planet? Also, can this "telekinetic strategy" allow for manipulating the momentum of an object? I'm not interested in just levitating things, they need to be thrown.