Suppose a question is not a "good question", and receives criticism and down voting, but then is corrected and becomes a "good question".
(Example: What could have prevented the decline of the Western Roman Empire, and it's fall in AD 476? , which currently has a negative score).
Should this perfectly valid question retain a permanently negative score simply because it was once temporarily incorrect?
(I'm assuming the answer will probably be "no", though you may surprise me. But, even if the answer is "no", that doesn't seem to be the reality here on SE. Many questions retain a negative score despite being corrected.)
EDIT: Perhaps this is a better example, since it is much older, but also currently has a negative score: Safely shooting antimatter