The Forums on this website have rules. We must stick to said theories in which the Forums represent. That's acceptable, otherwise this website would eventually lack organization and could possibly mislead vistors about what the actually said theorys do express. There is a logic problem with this. When people arrive, who have an interest in a specific Forum, and they ask a question that is relevant to the Forum, but because of their lack of experience with the topic, they word it in an unconventional way, they can be accused of posting in the wrong area and the thread is moved. I have had this happen. I've tried to discuss a subject, such as the speed of light from it's source, which I am aware is a general physics question. After all, it is discussed in basic physics books. Maybe it's not 'general', maybe it is theory development. What do I know, I'm still learing alot of this. Maybe it wasn't the question that got it moved. Maybe it was my attempt to explain in the best words I could put forth from what I've understood from physics I have studied. If my language or theory was in unconventional, then shouldn't my intent of the language been questioned before I was rushed off to theory development, which assumes I want to soap box. If it's possible for the thread to be moved to theory development because the discussion goes off the wayside of theory, then can any one else post a comment pushing the thread into out of context of the forum requirements, thus forcing it into development? And when we're in development, isn't this a free for all? How do we know then we're not listening to the personal theories of mentors and being misled about conventions, because this is anyones chance to turn my seriousness into a soapbox convention? Are mentors bound by conventions in Development? Not that they would want to, but what about it? I think the mentors should have more patience with people learning the theory and langage conventions of a particular theory, take time to explain why terminolgy in specific cases is important and get the line of discussion in line with the forum. But this can't occur if they've haven't taken the time and discovered that the intent of the question is really intended for convention and thus the forum. I understand there are people who just want to argue, but they're nihilists, because they won't shut up when the proof has been demostrated. Some just want to convince, but never know a damn thing. I understand some people, 'just don't get it'. But, some of us are here to learn and all we have we must bounce off the conventions to get anywhere.