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Answering in comments in frowned upon, because it circumvents the quality checks in place. If those 3 comments were actually working with the OP to make the question a better fit for our community I would have left them in place. Since those comments were instead answering the question, I took 2 of them down. The 3rd one was self taken down by the commenter....


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It was painfully obvious that the OP was asking a Real World question for the purpose of solving a Real World problem And that's off-topic. There is a small group of people out there who figure this Stack should field any and all questions that come to it — but that is NOT how Stack Exchange designed their service, and it's their service, not ours. We're ...


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My own take on the question in question is that it initially didn't have enough information for a reasonable answer to be able to be given. Then, subsequently, when the question was edited so as to state that this was a real-world question, it became dubious if the question was on topic at all. There may be situations in which a real-world-based question ...


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The only part of L.Dutches answer I would personally take exception to, is the notion that "it looks more like you are trying to start a debate on nuclear power", which personally I didn't read into the question. But Diamond Mod's are privvy to more information than any other user, and may be aware of previous information we aren't (either from ...


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