The following posts (and all of their reputation?) was all deleted on 08-Aug-2018, two months after all of the activity. This all happened on the one question linked below.

  1. Why?
  2. Why two months later?
  3. Why isn't there a reason stated there for us to see?
  4. This deletion does not show up on my recent deleted question page. Is this kind of deletion in fact silent and undetectable by me within the SE UI?
  5. Besides all of the work becoming inaccessible to future readers, and least important, how much reputation was removed by this deletion? Was the 60+ day delay before deletion meant to preserve reputation? (those -100's and -200's would have raised some eyebrows.)

Votes and work done on this post

Question:  +20/-1    11-June-2018
Answer:    +11-/1    11-June-2018
Answer:    +28/-1    11-June-2018
Answer:     +4/-0    12-June-2018
Answer      +2-/0    12-June-2018
Answer      +3/-0    18-June-2018
Answer      +1/-0    12-June-2018
Answer      +0/-0    12-June-2018

There is one answer with -4 votes that was immediately self-deleted on 12-June-2018, only 20 hours after it was posted, so that can't be the reason.

A search of recent news will show that interest in searching for liquid salt water (brine) continues to if anything, increase with time.

Deleted Question: Is there any economical way to move the water from the Martian poles to the people? currently only visible to users with 10k+ rep.

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It seems the question was flagged and deleted without extremely careful review. Looking at it closer, I have undeleted it.

Reputation is preserved after something is deleted after a lengthy period of time.

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  • $\begingroup$ Can I ask what the flag was? $\endgroup$ – uhoh Oct 13 '18 at 16:09
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    $\begingroup$ It was related to the JP Morgan comment $\endgroup$ – PearsonArtPhoto Oct 13 '18 at 16:13
  • $\begingroup$ okay thank for the partial but very speedy answer! Does the question look okay currently? $\endgroup$ – uhoh Oct 13 '18 at 16:24

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