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Why this question is closed as "health advice" and "medical advice"?

I used my moderator close vote to close this question. Some reasoning: Your question describes such a very specific circumstance that it seems unlikely to be specifically researched (that is, you will ...
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Why this question is closed as "health advice" and "medical advice"?

I was not involved in the closing of this question. I think it's a well-written and supported question (thanks for that). However, I certainly could see how someone would consider closing this ...
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Why are questions about whether research without direct experience is scientific or not subjective?

I thought that the scientific method is quite rigid Not sure exactly what you mean by this, but I think it's probably not nearly as rigid as you think (based on inferring from the questions you've ...
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How to post an answer to a closed question?

It has to be re-opened first. I see the question image has been updated and I vote to re-open. Four other users need to vote-to-re-open and then you're good to go. You can delete your answer-in-...
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Retrieving answers from deleted questions

The user was removed, this is correct. Regarding your answer, you should be able to see your own answers, if not they are here and here. If you still can't see them, let me know, then I will copy+...
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Pharmacokinetics question was closed and I'd like it re-opened

No, we are not going to accept your personal medical advice question. Do not seek this information elsewhere or attempt to circumvent these restrictions here, the rules are rules for reason of safety.
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I tried to explain my question very well, showing that I did my research and explain it thoroughy, but it's closed for not being focused and research?

Should I make a video about myself doing online research? Make a selfie with anatomy book in my hand? Maybe do a livestream or a podcast? No, you should cite something in the field of biology to ...
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Is there any way I can improve my question and get the answer?

Also, if I use the word love, like, by these word(s), I mainly mean: finding sexually attractive Then don't say "love". Say "find sexually attractive". Why introduce terminology ...
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Why are questions about whether research without direct experience is scientific or not subjective?

Regarding your second post ("Is it possible to have a scientific review of a method if the author doesn't have direct experience of it?") Operationally, yes, anyone can do research on any ...
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Retrieving answers from deleted questions

You should be able to find them yourself using either of the following methods: Anyone can find their deleted recent (i.e. posted in the past 60 days) answers by going to the answer tab of their ...
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Why was this question about human monogamy closed?

I think this is a viable question. The issue is that the subject shows a large overlap with Anthropology. Problem - there is no Anthropology stack. Over at CogSci we encounter the same sort of ...
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Reopen closed ID question originally deemed "too blurry"

Ok, so I'm posting an answer since you've repeatedly pinged me about reopening. I don't think the Q should be open, since it is of extremely limited value to the site. Whether it should be reopened ...
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Should we close questions that do not provide evidence of prior research?

(I intend this answer to be my view as a community member and not as a moderator; I don't speak here for the other moderators nor the community as a whole) Homework questions We have an explicit ...
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Understanding how to avoid my question being closed

It would help to reference academic papers or similar research to frame your question as a general question about a phenomenon. Basically, identify the phenomenon exists and that scientists talk about ...
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Asking to reopen a question closed by mistakes

You basically answered the main question in the linked post yourself, since you establish your own 'definition' of pecking order, including everything up to the point of metabolic evolutionary ...
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Should this question about the proportion of biologists who believe x be re-opened?

A question about the proportion of biologists who believe something does not “Focus on questions about an actual problem you have faced” and, in any case, is off-topic as subjective unless ...
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Should this question about the proportion of biologists who believe x be re-opened?

I appreciate the question closure, because I think it should be closed, though I would vote to close as off topic rather than a duplicate. Since it is closed, and should be closed (in my opinion), I ...
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What happens to the bounty when a question gets closed?

If a question is put on hold, or it is closed, it cannot be answered any longer. It has to be re-opened first to allow answering. If you put the bounty on it, you loose the reputation the moment you ...
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Reopen closed ID question originally deemed "too blurry"

@fileunderwater I only pinged you because those comments were relevant to your comment opposing reopening. I meant for those comments to be general evidence to support having anyone vote to reopen. I ...
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Is there any way I can improve my question and get the answer?

In my opinion, I find this sentence, said by @theforestecologist, is the only helpful feedback for the OP: your question's premise (does somebody love something) is subjective and opinion-based The ...
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Why was the question "Is the morphology of the insertion of the gluteus minimus acquired or innate [...]" closed as unclear?

First off, there were comments placed, which are also shown on your screenshot: I see that I used the mod hammer, which I basically used because of a lack of research, following the first comment of ...
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