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A moderator (ACuriousMind) refuses to open this question on physics forum. He claims it needs to be more focused.

This question is related to double-slit experiment. Is this question terribly unclear and a bad use of English language? Here is the question I posted:

In the double-slit experiment, is there a clear relationship between the unobserved screen's constructive interference pattern and the observed screen's particle behavior pattern?

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  • $\begingroup$ The people that reopened my question was not this fellow ACuriousMind. And all of a sudden those same people that reopened it and without doing anything to my question, they closed it again. This is the most childish behavior I have come across in sometime. All of a sudden the very question that was once clear to them, they decided it is not clear. This ACuriousMind closed another question of mine single handedly again. I want to block this guy from bothering me. $\endgroup$
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    Aug 11 at 4:42
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    $\begingroup$ I know you're frustrated, but please don't fabricate false statements. (1) Your first question was not reopened by the same people who closed it, and (2) Your other questions 1 and 2 were not closed by a moderator. $\endgroup$ Aug 11 at 10:03
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In case you are talking about this question, it has been reopened by regular reopen review around the same time you posted this question. This site does not work in real-time and after I closed your question I had no further interaction with it, i.e. I neither actively refused to reopen it nor did I reopen it.

Note that the first version I unilaterally closed was very different and read more like a stream-of-consciousness than a well-formed question about physics.

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