Where do I get a very important paper published?

Hello,

I have been working very hard over the past few weeks and have managed to confirm a theory I have been harboring for a long time (mainly, that Einstein was incorrect about light and that it is in fact not a constant but varies according to the region of space you are in). This has profuse implications of course, mainly dealing with estimating the age of our universe. I rechecked the calculations twice so I know they are correct. Can someone tell me who I could contact to get this published in some big journal or something?
 
Read this thread, and don't be surprised of plenty of people are skeptical, especially since you don't know what to do here.

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=144013

Zz.
Thank you for the link. I understand if people are skeptical since this is a very advanced topic and it is likely over their heads, but hopefully it will be more clear to them in the future :)
 
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Thank you for the link. I understand if people are skeptical since this is a very advanced topic and it is likely over their heads, but hopefully it will be more clear to them in the future :)
Oh, I doubt that it is over their heads :wink:
 
Oh, I doubt that it is over their heads :wink:
Well you would be surprised as I used some very advanced techniques such as calculus and matrix algebra. I would show it to you but I can not yet as it will (hopefully) one day net me a prize [maybe a Nobel o:)] though I can not risk having it exposed. I am sure you understand.
 
No offense but I don't think you'll meet too many people on this board that don't understand calculus/linear algebra.
 

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