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Why has my answer to whether the fine structure constant been deleted?

That was me. Out of concern that I might be prejudiced, I did some research before I removed your answer. Our policy about mainstream physics says, in part, What defines mainstream physics? ...
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Why is this question closed? I am finding no satisfactory answers from the personal comment

You should see two other questions linked at the top, where it says it's a duplicate: If you think your question is really different from these other questions discussing relativistic mass, please ...
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Is sharing recreational physics models allowed?

Whether the origin of your question is "recreational" or "professional" doesn't really matter to us - what matters is that it is an on-topic question about physics. Unfortunately, ...
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Questions being responded negatively

I simply do not understand how you can believe that a question taken from a physics olympiad is not a homework question. It may not be a homework to you but it is or will likely be homework for ...
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Why was this question closed as a homework-like question?

It's not really a conceptual question, at least not what one usually means by conceptual. A conceptual question is one that asks about physics concepts. This does exclude questions that only ask for ...
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Why is this question closed? I am finding no satisfactory answers from the personal comment

You've chosen not to respond to clarifying questions about how you're defining relativistic mass. This makes it entirely unclear what you're asking, and is sufficient reason to close the question ...
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