During the years during which I asked to be criticized I had many reasons to believe my work was being read by mainstream scientists.
Every event would increase the hope that the evident novelty of the theory would at least touch some great mind out there and that they would champion my ideas (endorse me in Los Alamos Archives) and forward it to others.
After some time, I decided to seek the greatest minds and show them the idea. The great scientist archetype is someone capable of seeing a great idea and bring the idea creator together into the limelight (not steal it as a small scientist would do).
The trouble with the small scientist actions is that it is a disservice to Mankind. A copier cannot provide as much insight as the person who had the brilliance to create the idea. It is just carbon copy cheater.
Well, the great scientist archetype didn't materialize. No sight of a great mind capable of recognizing a theory of everything once it hit them in the head.
The level of censorship, unnecessary barriers were tremendous... way to much for something as important as an idea that challenges our view of the Universe.
Needless to say, there is no cost in adding a single pdf to the more than one million pdfs in the Los Alamos Archives. In all my article submissions there was never a single review.
Certainly no specific complain that I could address. Once there was a statement that my theory clashes with the current view, which is no reason to exclude an idea.
Below is an example of arbitrary barrier the theory faced.
Dear Dr. Pereira,
Thank you for your message. I have inquired with the editors and they suggest that your work is most likely suitable for a more disciplinary journal.
Thank you for your interest in Science Advances.
The Editorial Office