18

No. You can't. Every user with the requisite rep is entitled to vote on the content you post. That's by design: we use a crowd-sourced evaluation. There may exist users that cast more downvotes than up, and that is allowed. It just means that user has very stringent standards of quality; as long as those standards are applied evenly the user is free to ...


17

As a user that frequents SE sites intermittently (and with less reputation than most, including yourself), please interpret my upcoming critique as independent from the high-rep user/users you believe are targeting you. You seem to be intentionally ignoring the community's critique, falsely assuming that you are the victim. I appreciate your curiosity - it ...


8

We already do this: an answer which is referenced is, in general, more likely to receive more upvotes than one which is not. Voting is the incentive to reference sources as needed. Not to mention, an answer which has relevant links just feels like a better answer, even from the perspective of the one writing it. However, we're not going to require ...


5

It is my vote, and I will vote as I please. If I want to downvote your question/answer, I will. If I want to upvote your question/answer, I will. If I want to do nothing to your question/answer, I will. Same thing for everyone else. Copying from my answer to this question, No matter how much you disagree with it, you cannot change our ways about how ...


4

Since all TP.SE threads were migrated to Phys.SE, it is in principle possible to fix the link, which is hereby done.


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible