I was looking through questions on the home page, and I noticed this:
Now, it's obvious from the way the poster posed his original question that the top answer is going to make almost no sense to him whatsoever; it's far too in depth and technical (there are ways of answering the question that are more Feynman-like).
Yet for someone who already knows a bit of physics, the answer is going to be too shallow. There's nothing new there that a graduate student, or even most undergraduates wouldn't know (possibly the no-go theorem).
So... who is the target audience of this answer? I must admit; it's well written and looks like a lot of thought went into it. I'm just confused who is going to get value out of it.