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What is with the Zionist censorship of skeptics.se? has a score of -11. Therefore, when browsing through the questions sorting by number of votes, I expected it on the last page. I didn't see it there; the very last post I saw was I asked a aquestion whether women actually care if we love them or not with a score of -8. In fact, with a sorting of 50 posts per page, I saw What is with the Zionist censorship of skeptics.se? at the end of the first page, as in the screenshot below:

screenshot showing post with score -11

This seems like a bug to me.

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  • It's a part of the Zionist conspiracy – SIMEL Apr 7 '13 at 21:34
  • I reproduced it, but found it at the bottom of the SECOND page. (Vague conjecture I haven't tried to find evidence for: That the 18 upvotes in the answers are being counted in the algorithm.) – Oddthinking Apr 7 '13 at 22:21
  • @Oddthinking I have the impression it depends on the number of results per page. – gerrit Apr 7 '13 at 22:42
  • I have 50 results per page, like you. – Oddthinking Apr 7 '13 at 22:50
  • Looks like this issue has come up here before, and been migrated. meta.stackexchange.com/questions/95408/… – Oddthinking Apr 8 '13 at 10:39
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This is not an answer, I just wanted to add to the bug, and post pictures of it. I tried to reproduce it, but I got slightly different (but still buggy) results:

At the end of the 1 page, when looking at 50 per page is now this question Live Tweeting NECSS

bottom of page 1, 50 ppp

Even though the start of page 2 in questions with 10 votes: page 2 top, 50 ppp

And the Zionist question is at the bottom of page 2: page 2 bottom, 50 ppp

When looking in other number of posts per page, it seems that there is a block of questions all out of place. With 30 posts per page:

part 1 30 ppp

part 2 30 ppp

After this block, on page 3 the 10 votes questions continue.

With 15 posts per page:

page 4, 15 ppp

And again at the next page (5) the 10 votes posts continue.

I've left the screen captures as links and not images, because they take a lot of space.

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