If a question is asked that (in good faith) has to do with physics, but the actual answer ends up being that the assumptions that led up to the question being asked were wrong in a way that had nothing to do with physics (and thus the answer had nothing to do with physics), should the question be deleted?
A lot of people felt that this question I asked had nothing to do with physics, enough so that it's currently closed. I had been wanting an answer that would tell me more about Bell's Theory, but worded my question in such a way that many people thought I was suggesting an alternative strategy to the CHSH game. I've edited it a couple of times (most recently just now) in an attempt to clearly state what the actual question was.
However, the answer turned out to be that I had made a mistake in calculating the effectiveness of my strategy, and that it wasn't better than the one used in the original. It had nothing to do with a restriction in Bell's theory like I thought it did when I posted the original question. So ultimately the answer was "User's error" and had nothing to do with physics.
So should I just delete it, or should I keep it alive so anybody else that makes the same mistake as I did can see it and not bother asking the same question?