Attention Conservation Warning: I envision a model which would demonstrate something obvious, and decide the world probably wouldn't benefit from its existence.
The standard publication bias is that we must be 95% certain a described phenomenon exists before a result is publishable (at which time it becomes sufficiently "confirmed" to treat the phenomenon as a factual claim). But the statistical confidence of a phenomenon conveys interesting and useful information regardless of what that confidence is.
Consider the space of all possible relationships: most o
But what would the point be? No one will be convinced by such a thing.
It could suggest directions for further research. If it was useful for predicting replication, and there was money in that, it could be useful.