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    $\begingroup$ Maybe this is not the right place to rant. But I understand OP's frustration. I have the feeling that this Physics Stackexchange community has lost tolerance for basic questions and it seems most members do not make an effort in trying to understand and address OP's question. Instead. This behaviour makes feel that many users tend to be arrogant and have an urge of showing their intellectual superiority and knowledge of Physics. I don't want to simply rant and try to make anyone angry by writing this. I just would like that most users would be nicer and more helpful $\endgroup$ – cinico Jul 12 '19 at 14:35
  • $\begingroup$ @cinico and if one provides answers that are not of sufficient minimum length and don't contain at least one pdf, they get downvoted, usually without comment, even when one tries to eplain something in simple terms... $\endgroup$ – user207455 Jul 22 '19 at 17:08

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