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I did not notice that your reference was already in the post. Another moderator mentioned to you that your answer was not, in fact, answering the question because of this -- it was merely repeating the question in other words.
Now, answers have to ...answer the question, clearly and yours didn't. The other moderator warned you of this:
This isn't an answer. That you found nothing in Google Scholar doesn't mean there is nothing. That the claim was from Kimberley-Clark doesn't mean it was wrong. – Oddthinking♦
Maybe he was not clear, however non-answers are routinely deleted everywhere in the stack exchange network, and maybe he assumed you knew that. Possibly because of this you didn't think of fixing it and commented this:
Well then find something and prove me wrong. Also, I think this subject lends itself to ridiculousness, and a falsified study for the sake of publicity would not be out of the question. – jferr
Which I can only interpret as "if you don't like this, can you write your own answer? I like my own". However this leaves us with two problems
- The answer is not an answer, and unlikely to be fixed in the near future
- There's a discussion possibly starting in the comments, which we'd really like to avoid.
Based on those two points I've made the call to remove the answer. It's not a permanent deletion, but you do need to change it so it answers the question, supported by verifiable evidence.
Sometimes it's hard to answer a question in the negative -- in fact we do have a policy of not answering questions which lack evidence. Maybe, if your Google Scholar search do not return results, this is one such case.