How can I constructively dispute a declined flag, if I think that my flag was really legitimate and should not have been declined? I am interested to know what can be done generally in this case, but I would like to resolve the issues that concretely instigated some of my recent flags which were declined and therefore lead to my meta question, too:
- This "answer" does not even try to answer the question asked, but tries in a very confrontational manner to start a nonconstructive discussion. The OP of this answer states in a very subjective manner his general negative opinion about the physics subject of the question instead of answering the question. It is not an answer and should at most have been a comment, but I think such nonconstuctive off topic comments should not be allowed here either.
- Here the same user tries to advertise his own personal non mainstream theory which says general relativity is wrong etc, without being really interested in an answer the knowledgable people here could give him. So this question is first of all off topic, since physics SE deals only with mainstream physics and NOT with personal fringe theories of users, and it is not a real question,
- ... ,as can be see from the fact that the OP only accepted his own wrong answer which advertises his personal theory further and denies and dismisses all of the physics arguments people have given him in the other answers taking advantage of mainstream physics. Having such a bad and wrong accepted (!) answer on a question that is off topic and not a real question does make Physics SE looking not good.