The query, as it currently stands at Astronomy, reads: I am currently writing a medium-length sci-fi story for a school project, and my hope is to make it as realistic as possible. I was wondering if a dirigible-based Neptune colony is feasible and what the G forces would be exerted on the inhabitants?
I am currently writing a medium-length sci-fi story for a school project, and my hope is to make it as realistic as possible.
So far, so good. This is the only on topic part of this query! Sadly, that's not enough to go on.
I was wondering if a dirigible-based Neptune colony is feasible
As written, this is not sufficiently fictional for WB. In other words, there is not worldbuilding context that would make this query on topic for us as opposed to SpaceExploration.SE.
If the OP were exploring a near future hard SF and wanted to provide their scientific / geopolitical / technological / fantastic context then that would make this particular question a reality check.
what the G forces would be exerted on the inhabitants?
This is not on topic for WB.SE as it is essentially asking for real planetary data.
Conclusion: Any query can be reopened. The question that needs to be asked is always "ought this query be reopened without any kind of improvement". This query fails on this account.
This query suffers from several problems: the OP is asking too many questions (I see two and possibly three very distinct ones); one of the questions is entirely off topic for this community, and the other question is off topic for the community where the question currently resides; the part of the question that would be on topic here suffers from a lack of context and would immediately be closed.
Solution: The OP should edit his question on Astronomy to focus on the planetary data (leaving out the SF story rationale) and write a separate question here in WB focusing on the fictional elements. If by "feasibility" of such a colony he means various governmental, corporate, economic factors, that might be a third question to ask in SpaceEx.