Regarding the question Does Google Earth show missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 with “bullet holes”?
Sklivvz, even if I did edit the other answer I could not vote to have it undeleted because moderator-deleted posts cannot be voted for that. So you essentially said that after the first answer was deleted I would have had to just give up and do nothing. How is this helping the site and the questioner?
The second answer was not a common sense answer, it was fact based: it is a fact that satellite images for the claimed site does not have the resolution to show bullet holes in an aircraft fuselage, or even a fuselage. It is a fact that the claimed site is more than 1000 meters deep, and images therefore cannot show any objects in that location that are not floating.
If the moderators claim that this is not good enough to bring forth in an answer and by this point to the fact that the claim relies on impossible premises, then what claim could ever be refuted? The implications of how the rules should be interpreted essentially makes it impossible to refute any claim in an answer. Because if the moderators feel that impossible premises are enough to invalidate an answer that says "These impossible premises must be true in order for the claim to be true"... then I say that every claim is unfalsifiable.
If you feel different, please let us know how a claim should be refuted. Better still: tell us how the claim in that particular question should be falsified.
I would also like to point out that the questioner accepted the answer, so they obviously felt helped by it.