After many badly received questions, I'm confused about how to ask questions in this site (not on other sites), need some suggestion (not some general rule, but about the specific questions)
(1) About this: IMO it is interesting and useful, is it fine for a question to be closed/deleted only because the reviewers think they are not useful? About not enough research: I did read the Wikipedia Virus page, and elementary online search can't give a result. BTW there should be a threshold of the research before asking, since theoretically any thing can be answered by yourself with enough learning, then what is the Q/A site for? The essence of Q/A site is not to dig too deep when the answer is just in other's mind right? Then what is the appropritate research threshold and how to express them in the question for it not to be seen as "not enough"?
BTW why is this question deleted for "Closed. This question needs to be more focused. It is not currently accepting answers." But closed for "not useful and unclear"?
(2) The feces question (not in recent deleted list now) have the same issue. Not clear why it was downvoted.
I have more question to ask but want to know what is the right way to correct them to prevent to be banned someday.
Appendix: here is a post of the deleted question:
Bacterias are everywhere - either on the surface (either outer surface or internal surface like in the mouth) of multi cell hosts or in the environment around multi cell hosts.
Then bacteriophage are everywhere too (especially in the ocean according to Wikipedia).
Then what is the prevalence of non-bacteriophage viruses:
(1) Are they everywhere on the surface of multi cell hosts?
(2) Are they everywhere in the environment around multi cell hosts?
Note: The fact that wound infection is commonly caused by bacteria instead of virus sounds like that non-bacteriophage viruses are not as prevalence as bacteria. Also virus need a host to live, then it is harder to reproduce in the environment around multi cell hosts unless there is a lot of cells falling off the host to the environment around them.