I've made a new discovery.
It has prompted me to make new hypotheses in multiple areas - not particularly related to each other.
I have already conducted experiments to demonstrate these. I am now organizing all the data for publishing.
My concern is, once I publish the initial discovery, I think readers will immediately ask the same questions which I've already addressed with my other experiments.
I think typically I should NOT include several different types of experiments covering multiple topics, all in a single paper, right?
But I think it would be cool if I can be first to publish on them.
So I dont want to invite competition by excluding them from the initial paper.
If I submit multiple papers (one for each area/experiment) how can I ensure they all get published together?
I'm afraid if some gets rejected and some not, then someone might read my published paper, get the same idea as me, and then beat me to publishing on those other areas.