Much has been written, from time to time, in this site, about how dissenters against Special Relativity are cajoled to write a paper and win a Nobel Prize rather than bothering the serious inhabitants hereabouts. It would serve everyone reading these pages if some adequately erudite pundit explained, in complete and unambiguous detail, the procedure for a theorist to become nominated for the Nobel. Be made fully knowledgeable that this question is intended in the most broad and generic sense, not narrowly limited to concerns about Special Relativity. Although, it probably would be education to any academic especially sensitive to Relativity. Noone who has invested countless time and energy in their formal schooling would want to a bystander in the race for acclaim of the highest sort. How does anyone get to be nominated for the Nobel? In any field?