Several 'top' users of this site are fond of commenting: "Please provide some references to support your claims."
Alongside is usually provided a link to this Skeptics.meta question.
Said meta question was in turn written precisely by one of the aforementioned 'top' users. It has precisely one answer, which was selected as the 'correct' answer by the asker.
The question was then locked, so that there is apparently no possibility of adding further answers to the question (or comments below the original question).
So it seems as if this is the iron-clad law.
Am I correct to say so? If I am not correct, then why are deviants always referred to that Meta post, even though that Meta post is locked and closed off to any critique?
And if it is indeed the law, I would like to challenge it, by requesting the powers-that-be to unlock that question and allow me (and possibly others) to add our own answers (and opinions) to that question.