What? This is not the same as Fandom Rivalry
at all for two reasons: it doesn't require a fandom, or a rivalry. Which is pretty much everything there is to Fandom Rivalry
. You can go on a physics forum and claim all that math is useless, and that simple logic tells you that modern physics is too complicated, and there's no such thing as a neutron; it's really just a proton bound to an electron that moves fast enough to generate the extra mass. That will get you some serious backdraft. (Yes, that's a real example, and a fairly moderate one compared to some of the physics cranks I've seen.)
So, no, we don't have a good argument for cutting. This is real, and it occurs in works, and it's not a duplicate. And even if we don't allow examples on the page, in-universe
examples can still appear on the pages for works, so the page is useful.
And yes, if you want to discuss the problems with Fandom Rivalry
, that should be done in a Fandom Rivalry
thread. And yes, it's time to call this.
edited 30th Sep '12 11:34:41 AM by Xtifr
"Existential Despair" is an oxymoron.