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If you click on the tag and read the text above the questions (and click read more) the tag wiki will answer your question. I've copied them here for reference. Putting only science-fiction on a question may mean that some answers are more suitable for soft-scifi, while science-based says that answers must be based on real science (or extraptolations from ...


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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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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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