So the relevant transcript starts here: https://chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/51655733#51655733
My summary of it goes like this:
- There's a derivation I am not content with.
- I post a question which gets down voted (regarding this derivation after commenting on it and recieving no update).
- Then I ask chat where I'm going wrong.
- To be fair I probably wasn't using the best language to get my point across.
- After some time Semiclassical and bolbteppa not making sense to me (and visa-versa).
- Acuiousmind joins and understands where I'm coming from.
- It Semiclassical and Acuriousmind reach an understanding where I'm coming from eventually. (In fact this whole thing makes semi-classical realise that the physical situation he considers it is applicable is beyond it's scope).
- Acuriousmind explains to me the scope of the applicability is less than what I assume (and I agree).
- However, Bolbteppa does not agree with any of this (infact my objection does not make sense to him).
- After speaking to Bolbteppa I realise he does not understand my objection because of his views on the nuances of this topic.
- Later on I understand his viewpoint may enable to circumvent my objection and I ask a question on physics stack exchange on the same.
- I ask several questions in attempts to clarify my understanding. In fact one in paticular if Bolbteppa can circumvent the objection.
- But after a point acuriousmind seems to lose is initial patience and starts typing stuff like. 14:"Your "objection" is still non-sensical as I explained at length yesterday (the M-T time-energy relation has nothing to do with measurements happening) and I'm not going to repeat it."
- I feel this mis-represents my view as my objection is about the scope of applicability of this derivation.
- In fact, acuriousmind ends it with: "I won't pretend to speak for bolbteppa. I've said twice now (and also yesterday) that your objection is not, in my opinion, well-defined or meaningful. As you don't appear to be willing to hear that, I'm done with this conversation."
Anyway, I'm not trying to be thick I genuinely feel I'm trying to learn something.
Now, if any other user had mis-represented my objection and intentionally remained silent after that and also accused me of not listening. I would have let it go. I myself feel that I am not the ideal Stackexchange user. However, for Acuriousmind is a moderator so I'd like to hold him to a different standard (perhaps this is my folly).
Is there any course of action I can take to prevent this from happening in the future?