Hello, some time ago I've started thinking about aspects of physics, and came up with an experiment that could have provided very surprising results. I performed the experiment, and no surprising results came up. However, this negative result is still a new result, also the experiment and the thought experiment seem to possibly be quite thought inspiring, the entire thing might hopefully be received well among physics enthusiasts. However, due to it simply being a negative result, it isn't all that important. I've written a paper anyway and tried sending it to Nature and Science as those seem to be the journals with the highest impact factors but not completely unsurprisingly, they both send a reply back along the lines that it just wasn't important enough for them,that it wasn't a breakthrough and wouldn't have priority over other papers. No comments were made about the opinions of their editors if it is actual science, but it probably never even made it to the peer review process. So, I'm trying to find a new place now, but I honestly wouldn't know where to start. I'm not connected to the academic world in any way, and just sending the paper to all journals sounds like a horrible idea. Some journals would require the complete paper to be rewritten to fit their standards, and honestly I'm not looking forwards to have to rewrite it over and over. So I thought it would be a good idea to ask here where to try first, and to which journals I should definitely submit it. Some info: - I would like it to be peerreviewed, to improve the impact it might have. - The experiment mainly confirms that some ideas of reality are right/that no violations of these ideas can be produced by this method. - It touches several concepts within physics that are often named in popsci and scifi and gives an extra confirmation that they are impossible. - The experiment itself is really quite simple. It's relatively easy to understand for anyone with some interest in science, it does not involve math that would go over the head of an average highschool student. - I can't really come up with any comparable experiments that would make it clearer to show what kind of an experiment it is without revealing the actual thing. It seems to be very unique. The closest I could find was this proposed experiment: http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/quant-ph/9510007 but it completely differs in methods, setup and possible results. And ofcourse this is an actual performed experiment rather than a proposed one. - I did send it to some scientists in the field earlier on, none of which told me that the logic behind it itself was flawed. However they seemed to agree that there was absolutely no chance that the surprising results would become true, because that would go against many established concepts in science. So if anyone has any ideas for journals to which it could be submitted, then that would be much appreciated.