This is becoming dull. I'm posting some clarifications for people who come to this late and find it confusing, and then I am moving on, because baseless accusations of censorship become rather dull when they are repeated despite explanations.
No, we are not "hostile to peer-reviewed scientific knowledge", and suggesting that is so far off base, as is demonstrated by our contributions here, that it makes the rest of your claims appear laughable.
No, there has not been censorship here. I already addressed that. Merely gainsaying my answer doesn't help advance your argument.
Yes, you found an answer that satisfies you. Great. Surely this diminishes the alleged crime, because we fail to stop you finding facts that apparently we wanted to suppress.
No, I don't have an "unknown agenda" - all of the decisions have been explained. Presumably your censorship claims are accusing the mods of being authoritarian and your answer apparently shows that authoritarians are not more unintelligent than the rest of the population, so us attempting to censor this seems rather counterproductive.
Yes, I locked a question. I didn't like to do it, but you edited it several times to change its meaning entirely, to score political points rather than improve it. I would rather it was unlocked, fixed up and perhaps reopened, if we can demonstrate it isn't a duplicate.
Yes, I deleted a duplicate question, which was openly posted to avoid a lock. No, it wasn't hidden from your history. The fact that you accuse us of that as well demonstrates that you are not approaching this with an open mind.
Yes, I see you edited this question to post a screenshot of that question here, even though it is only tangentially related to the question you asked here.
Yes, I see you have posted that screenshot on another site. The screenshot includes my comment of why it was deleted, so I am not terribly bothered. (The copyright lawyers can debate whether you posted sufficient attribution to satisfy the CC-BY-SA licence or whether it was Fair Use.)
Let's talk about how to improve your contributions:
- Don't post duplicate questions. If the original is closed, fix it.
- Don't edit questions on the main site to talk about meta-issues. Meta-issues belong on the meta site.
- Don't edit questions on the meta-site to change their thrust. If you have a second issue, raise a second question.
- Stop assuming mods are out to get you with an ulterior motive. Instead, consider whether we are instead being completely up-front with our comments and decisions.