I am autistic. It's easy for the physics Stack Exchange team to say I need to amend, so I'm learning as I go.
One criticism was that a poster couldn't understand a question. I showed them the question in a different way and they didn't reply back when I asked if that cleared it up.
Another poster said, why post something so long? I replied, it's kind and shows effort to show understanding, besides, I've posted short posts before and been accused that it was too short. When is something too warm, too cold but just quite right?
Another poster said I was wrong to post the entirety of my question on two pages, except after a threshold the system reported it could detect emspelling errors, and typing slowed down as a result. Catch 22?
As a result, I assumed that I had to split it into two posts as I didn't think it would post it. I thought that wasn't a bad assumption.
Now I've been banned from posting for an undisclosed time? Further, I've noticed a repeating characteristic behaviour. Instead of asking concerning content in a post, and waiting for a reply they downvote immediately, not giving me a proper chance to explain.
I am autistic, and I suffer badly from this kind of behaviour. At least please have the decency to let someone explain. Why are players here so gung-ho to just downvote? One moderator the other day couldn't understand why a variation in g_00 led to a metric non-conservation. I went on to say because any variation must lead to a change, where g_00 is the correct mathematical language to express the energy of a vacuum. So he downvoted me because of his own ignorance!