I have a fundamental disagreement with the explanation of a real world phenomenon. That fundamental disagreement renders the current explanations of that phenomenon completely wrong.
The simplest way I could think of to bring everyone's attention to it was by asking a question on PSE (Physics Stack Exchange). It is being met with not just criticism but huge opposition. When I ask the question, it is marked as duplicate. Yes, it is duplicate because other people had same curiosity and they asked it. However, all the answers on previous questions are based on same fundamental which I find flawed.
Nobody answers my question. Some down-vote it and some vote for it to be closed. (Down-votes and VTCs are fellow SO users' right. No issues with that.)
It is unrealistic to go to all current answers and point to the answerer how their answer is wrong. I tried to do this with one answer which was accepted and had 28 up-votes and after some time the answerer stopped responding. I cannot make that person justify his/her answer when he/she doesn't want to.
I'm left with only one choice and that is to ask a question but I have already seen what happens to my questions.
My questions to Meta-PSE:
How do I invite a sensible discussion on my question? What's happening now is that first people google the topic, second they find a link, third they add it in a comment and finally they proceed to argue. Nobody has attempted to answer the question, for whatever reason.
My state is something like that I'm saying "Earth is spheroid" when everyone is hell bent on believing "Earth is flat.". How do I write a question in a manner that people give it an unbiased consideration?