I have developed (or rather partially developed, if to be exact, as there are some unsolved conjectures and other white spots) a new abstract, fundamental, pure math theory.
I have published it as a freely available book (plus supplementary materials such as a partial draft of the second volume) in Internet.
I am wondered for very little attention the academic community provides for my work.
How many years (usually) does it take for a new math theory to become widely accepted in universities? Does it depend strongly on whether I advertise my work in scientific conferences?
I am myself not an official academic (but rather earn my living as a programmer). Also my spoken English is not yet good enough to participate in scientific conferences.
How many years it takes for a new math theory to become known in the world?
Would it be significantly faster if I were an official scientist (like a professor)?