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Yes. Caveat: Provided that we formulate the specialist SE site questions well, to be GOOD on topic questions AND judiciously synthecize good World-building answers instead of mere copy/pasting the SE answers here. Pros: It lets us build much much better answers, by leveraging scientific field expertise of relevant SE sites which our site might have in ...


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I would argue that the exact same question can't be valid for both sites. If this somehow is the case, the question is probably in a grey area and not explicitly in the domain of both sites at the same time. But in any case, such a question would be a rather rare occurrence. More likely there may be facets of the question which should be separated and ...


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I don't see a problem for cross posting a question. But I agree you have to shift the focus of the question Example of my own cross-posted question: https://aviation.stackexchange.com/questions/12205/how-do-pilots-stay-disciplined-and-use-checklists-even-after-they-have-become-r vs https://space.stackexchange.com/questions/7967/how-do-astronauts-overcome-...


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If a question is actually reworked such that an answer to one variant is not an answer to another variant (for whatever reason), then by definition it is not a duplicate, on-site or cross-site. (They can, however, very much be related, and I would encourage adding appropriate links.) Just make sure to attribute content appropriately. I can't see much reason ...


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