Hello, recently I've finished writing a paper which I would like to see published somewhere. Unfortunately I am not associated with universities or anyone who is familiar with the publication process and have found myself stuck without any guidance. I am convinced that the arguments made are strong enough to pass peerreviews and that the subject is interesting enough for a publication (and the results and the argument are new). However, the subject is very unusual and does not really seem to fit anywhere. To be more precise, it's about the results of an experiment and the thought experiment behind it which both deal with parallel worlds. The results put constraints on the possibility of communication between parallel worlds, something which is hardly groundbreaking but the method in which these constraints have been found is interesting nonetheless. While I think that theoretical physics is the field in which it fits best, some might argue that it is better fitting within some discipline of philosophy. Unfortunately, for neither I could find a journal in which it would fit. Besides the unusual subject, the merit of the paper might also lie more in its ability to be interesting/thoughtinspiring than its scientific value (although it should not be dismissed). So, where do I go from here? Does anyone have an idea where it might fit?