I just opened up Skeptics Stack Exchange, and expected some sort of science-based questioning. (A vaccine question led me here.) Instead, I'm faced with the same sort of randomness I see on Quora. What is this?
Mmmm, I loved the smell of trolling in the morning.
The help page, which you should have read before you posted explains what we are about.
The Welcome to New Users page, which is commonly found around the site, would give you more information.
If you are looking for science-based information about vaccines, check out the vaccine tag.
If you look just a little closer, you will notice some differences from Quora.
Your inappropriate question was moved to the appropriate site. We allow a certain randomness in the domain in the questions, but they still have to follow our on-topic rules. Claims need to be notable; we get questions worth answering, not just idle speculation.
Your spelling and grammar was fixed up for you. Generally, you'll find a higher standard of English, and a higher standard of argument, than on Quora.
References are required; we don't allow people to spout off in their answers.
While Quora does get the occasional good answer, I would happily square off our database of questions versus theirs using any reasonable metric of quality.