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If an edit to a closed question falls far short of giving it a better chance of being reopened, please reject it as “no improvement whatsoever”. And to editors: please don't make such trivial edits. For example, if a question is an off-topic programming question with badly formatted code, don't bother formatting the code. If you like to do this, there are ...


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The question was closed by a named moderator who also left a comment explaining the closure. It is not very clear what you're after with your question. You seem to be essentially ranting against science, and you're not getting any answer beyond “no, science is good”. I don't see any point in leaving this question open; it might be salvaged by a major edit,...


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It would seem to me that such a question is not explicitly prohibited by the FAQ, the first two "don't ask" examples would be the most relevant to consider: "What's your favourite ...?" might apply; though you're not strictly asking that, just for pointers to what's available it seems that "what do you use" is very close to "what's your favourite". "I use .....


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As I see it, there are several possible views of the question: The actual question asked is "Is my analysis correct?" (This is even more obvious in the original version of the question.) As I understand the previous discussions, these questions are considered close-worthy most of the time. It happens to be the case that the answer to 1. is "No", making an ...


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There are some useful guidelines that can help you decide whether a question should be closed. Anything that is clearly offtopic or incomprehensible should be closed immediately. Bad-subjective questions have no place on any SE site. Refer users to Chat for discussion. Many (bad) basic questions can be closed as duplicate of one of our reference questions (...


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