really with extreme probability I will not be able to gain money even if I take acceptance from nature's any journal which has wide or widest impact factor.
If you want to make a paper you have written available for many people to read, you can upload it here simply by clicking the “choose files...” button that appears when you start or reply to a topic.
Uploading a paper to an forum like hypography constitutes reducing the ideas it describes to tangible form, so automatically establishes the paper’s creator copyright
to it in Turkey, the US and most other countries, is a way in no way inferior to publishing it in a print and online journal like Nature
Since you say in this topic
that you submitted your paper to Nature, it was rejected, and you have question about why, I recommend you upload it in that topic. Interested people can then comment on your ideas, and why they were not acceptable to a reputable scientific journal.
but do not know what to do. I am able to write articles but when I thought my qualifications and goals then thought that "patenting" was better at all.
If the thing you seek legal protection for is a paper describing an idea, you need to copyright it, which occurs automatically when you make it available to the public.
If the thing is a description of a process (such as a computer program), a specific way of making (manufacturing) something, or a physical thing to be made, such as a machine, or a chemical or biological substance – which is termed an invention
– you need to patent
it. Patents don’t occur automatically, though publishing a description of a patentable thing may establish it as prior art
, preventing others from patenting it, and granting you and others the right to make the invention or the things it makes and sell them without having to get permission or pay royalties to a patent holder.
Patents are much more complicated to obtain than copyrights, so if you believe your paper describes an invention rather than an idea, you should pay a patent attorney to discuss it with you.