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I don't think such answers meet the criteria for spam. The criteria for spam is that the post: Exists only to promote a product or service, does not disclose the author's affiliation. Sure, one can argue that they promote the poster's pet conspiracy theory, but many other answers also promote ideas shared by the poster, so that on its own shouldn't ...


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The original comment and resulting discussion has been removed I was the moderator handling the flag. The offensiveness of mentioning the Dunning-Kruger effect varies greatly with usage and interpretation. You found this to mean a direct "this is what's wrong with you" attack, but that's not the popular usage of the effect. From my experience, it's a more ...


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I too don't think such answers meet the criteria for spam. If there are no commercial links, it's probably not spam. A couple of marked exceptions: If you see a wall of text that is obviously nonsense, copy and a paste the first sentence or two into a search engine and do an exact search. If you see multiple exact copies of the same wall of text, it's spam. ...


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I'm posting an answer to not have this question linger in the unanswered questions list, so just for the sake of housekeeping: The issue brought forward by the OP was successfully resolved. The comment in question was deleted as obsolete, after being flagged once more. The reason for the original flag declination was attributed to either a system error, or ...


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