I believe I asked a question about whether in general, it is an evolutionary stable strategy in nature for all the individuals to get just barely enough food to eat, and have the population size balanced by the rate of starvation, not that death by old age doesn't occur. Now I can't find it in my profile anymore. I think now I would know how to ask it again and make it clear. I would write in the body of the question that I cannot figure out an algorithm for determining what type of answer I would find useful but have a general idea of what I'm looking for, and that I'm looking for an answer by an expert who is able to function as if they are a future self of me and use their discretion on how to write an answer that appears good to them, just like sometimes when somebody is working on something, they trust their future self to use their discretion on how to continue it. Also, when questions get deleted, people never learn that somebody had a question like that and miss out on valuable feedback.
Then if I got an answer to that question, I might use it to ask another question. I might link my question Why haven't prey evolved the ability to always outrun their predators? in that question and make the question whether the tendency to get just barely enough food to eat and the evolutionary pressure to conserve energy is the reason.
I know the fact that it was me and not somebody else who originally had it instinctively come to them that that question is a good question is a sign that fewer people think it's good, and the fact that so few people think it is a sign that they have evidence giving them a reason to think it and it is a good idea for me to take their experience into account to some extent.