I have seen more than one answer or comment where the response is based on science or common practice that is mostly or only relevant to model airplanes when the question is about multirotors. Not all aerodynamic principles that are relevant to fixes wing airplanes apply to multirotors. I am sure there will be times when the reverse will happen. A question about fixed wings is answered with information or facts related to aerodynamic principles that may only be relevant to helicopters or multirotors.
A comment that I made was removed without any discussion of how to be any more polite than I was. Readers may read the answer I commented on and take it as relevant to drones when it really isn't. We owe them better than that.
Should we just downvote the answer and say nothing? What is even more significant is that the answer was written by the original person who asked the question. It is as if they feel their question and answer is unassailable. Where do I get to discuss an issue like this? It is an honor and a privilege to be allowed to speak my mind. What will happen if this person is a moderator? Will no commentary or discussion of his answers ever be allowed?