# Why has my review submission been hidden without being given the obvious reason?

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I recently submit my paper entitled "A new straighforward and perceivable equation of everything:the mathematics and physics of mother nature" and I was really shocked to see a banner on the template. It is saying that the question had been hidden. While coming back to my paper template and its reviews, I can't open it. I wonder if I may have already done a mistake (or maybe a violation). Additionally, I don't see the admin's or someone's giving the reason about it. At this moment, I hope I do receive a clear confirmation, NOT AN IGNORANCE. the reason why I do demand this is just because of the fact that this forum is recognized as a highly respectable site for the scholars to be given a great and full chance to share this idea, rather than a site for the scholars to be foreordained whether his/hers is right or not. I wish the admin could be a good tutor for the all of the scholars here (not to ban someone's paper by JUST CLOSING IT, but rather to help and tutor him e.g as in my case, the admin SHOULD HAVE GIVEN A CLEAR CONFIRMATION WHY MY PAPER IS BANNED). I do respect you as the admin of this academic forum. Thanks. GBU :)

asked Jun 27, 2015
edited Jun 28, 2015

Before you submit anything to a highly respectable site you should ensure that what you submit is respectable, too. A site can be highly respectable only if it is strict on submissions that are far from being highly respectable.

By the way, you cannot demand anything on a site that you don't own.

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I assume you are referring to this paper.

Sorry, the paper was meant to be closed, not hidden.

I've reshown it now, but I completely endorse the closure, which is based on the submission decline policy. Papers dealing with non-mainstream physics that are neither experimentally or mathematically justified are declined from review. Only a very small subset of submissions received by PhysicsOverflow come under this category.

answered Jun 28, 2015 by (1,975 points)

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