I asked this question: What is the magnetic field of a radially moving current?
"What is the magnetic field of a radially moving current?"
It was closed as a duplicate of "Why is the magnetic field of a spherically symmetric current zero?".
- Unless we share a different definition of the word duplicate, asking what is the amount of something and why is the amount of something this value, are not the same as the latter assumes an answer.
- The said answer is false because it takes unrealistic assumptions regarding the real world experiment I described. There WILL be a magnetic field.
- Nobody cared answering my concerns between the time it was first voted to close and its closing days later.
This does not look good. "probably_someone", who answered my question, mentioned the issue.
So it would seem only the title of the question was used to declare it a duplicate and in a rather loose way. And I still did not get an answer to my real question either way.
@UserNamesyntax, even though tab-completion of the name doesn't work (unless that user has commented on the question). Another option is to come to chat if you want to discuss why your question should be reopened. $\endgroup$