Is it recommended not to ask a question on Physics Stack Exchange if the same user has already asked a very similar question on Aviation Stack Exchange?
I have received a message (from another user who is not a moderator) to the effect that this is the case and I should delete one of my questions.
My intent was simply to solicit the expertise of a different group of people who might approach the problem from a different viewpoint.
Thanks for any guidance on this.
In case it matters, I did note in the question that I had asked a similar question on ASE-- and provided a link to it-- looking at the edit history it appears that I added this note a few hours after the sole answer had been posted, and about three hours after I posted the question.
This is the question -- Is this vector diagram of the forces at play in turning flight correct?
I don't know if this is relevant or not, but the question was poorly-received on ASE. But I have no wish to delete the question from ASE. I feel that it highlights a significant flaw in the current flight training curriculum.