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, rather than asked as a separate question? This answer from 5 years ago might be a good starting point for the discussion, but doesn't address this particular question: Should Skeptics SE questions include the origin of claims? …
asked Apr 30 '19 by RToyo
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I asked a question last week, and the only answer so far gives a summary of "[t]his is emerging science, and it is too soon to know one way or the other". It is a well-written answer which lays a lot …
asked Jan 2 '18 by RToyo
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No, questions about the status quo of Britain's involvement in the EU should not be tagged as [brexit]. It's understandable that these questions come up in discussions about brexit, and their answers …
answered May 1 '19 by RToyo