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I had asked a question in physics stack exchange a while back, but never got an answer. It surprisingly was never closed nor anyone had any comments. I feel like people are thinking, "ugh, another superluminal scheme..." and never bothered to even consider it.

Perhaps its more appropriate to ask it here?

Thought experiment using quantum entanglement in position and its effects

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    $\begingroup$ You can always try to put a bounty. $\endgroup$ – jinawee Jun 1 '14 at 13:45
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No, it would not be appropriate to ask this question here on meta. It's not a question about the PSE website.

Without any feedback, I don't think you're justified to make any assumption about what people are thinking - the best you can do is speculate, but you never know if your speculation is right without hearing from others. I will say this: the question is a little on the long side, which is not a bad thing (in fact it's of an appropriate length to potentially be a pretty good question) but it does mean only a limited number of people will be willing to read and understand the whole thing.

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