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Many ideas posted have questions in them for the various experts that frequent the site. This could be a category or separate section where people could post questions related to the post. For example, I posted something about an ice telescope. If I wanted to know the rate of sublimation for ice in space, someone would probably know the answer, or could point me in the right direction. Sometimes the questions are about topics that are out of the poster's field of expertise, and, were the poster to look for himelf, would probably be unrecognizable.

This could also be solved by making a 1/2B off topic forum separate from the site itself.

CaptainClapper, Sep 16 2009

So now you know! http://lofi.forum.p...ublimation_471.html
I'm with the Bakesperson on this one. There is a Big, Googly T'Internet out there..... [gnomethang, Sep 16 2009]

Alternate solution _5bmarked-for-engineering_5d
I thought this might have taken off but only myself and [bleh] really ever used it. [theleopard, Sep 17 2009]


       Or you could just use one of the gazillion existing question-answering sites.
jutta, Sep 16 2009

       but the gazillion existing question-answering sites don't have the quirky, brilliant, and colorful characters that exist here!   

       The ones I'd like to ask are here on the HB.   


       Which might be a no-go, but at least it's said. You guys rock.
CaptainClapper, Sep 16 2009

       CC seems to have his heart in the right place and we do have a quirky half-baked slant on most things. I quite like this!   

po, Sep 16 2009

       space-zamboni makes the question moot anyways.
FlyingToaster, Sep 16 2009

blissmiss, Sep 16 2009

       If only Microsoft didn't have Bing, it'd be the perfect sound for an ideas based search engine.
kaz, Sep 16 2009

       // How would you find the non made-up stuff ? //   

       Easy - all the stuff that isn't covered in custard.
8th of 7, Sep 17 2009


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