This post is about Zephir's answer here. To quote him,
In AWT (dense aether model) all particles have complex mass terms due the quantum fluctuations. A the case of photons and neutrinos the complex mass becomes pronounced. With respect to high density of atom nuclei the mesons are have complex mass too. These particles are doing tachyonic "jumps" in space-time and they undergo quantum decoherence and oscillations.
Note the bolded words.
The idea he is basing his claims on is "AWT", Aether Wave Theory, a non-mainstream idea. . If you check his profile, he is the one who started this non-mainstream busisness.
The post is clearly a promotion.
The logic is fully flawed, and non-mainstream.
So I flagged it (a long time back) as non-mainstream. However, the flag was declined (during my suspension, or just before, so I couldn't refute earlier.) saying that I was pointing out "technical innacuracies in the post".
What is this supposed to indicate? That the answer was mainstream? I would like an explanation for how advertising one's own non-mainstream ideas is mainstream, or acceptable? Does this mean that non-mainstream ideas in answers are acceptable?