Atomsz, here's the thing as it applies to a thread like this. It is fine and appropriate to post your alternative ideas, theories, hypotheses, etc. here, and discuss and defend them in response to questions and arguments from the membership. If you are making a claim that differentiates your views from the mainstream, that becomes a topic of discussion, but if you are claiming that evidence supports your alternative view over the mainstream view, then you have a responsibility to provide the evidence. The membership then passes judgement on the evidence and if they find that it is a violation of scientific observations and data, then they point that out by presenting the science that your evidence violates. The community, and ultimately the moderators then make a judgement as to if you have defended your claim or have failed to defend your claim, and the moderators decision is final. That might result in a finding that your evidence is inconclusive, where upon you continue to argue your point, or the result may be that your thread is ousted from the Alternative Theories sub-forum; maybe to Pseudoscience or worse, to the Cesspool. If you fail to make your case according to the communitie's appraisal, you might find yourself subject to a warning, and you can be banned for short durations or longer duration, generally depending on how open you are to the communities criticisms. I think you can stay around and make your case for a long time as long as you are open to the communities statements, and can present reasonable arguments, but once you are perceived as insisting that you idea is right in spite of the opposing science based arguments, the outcry from the community will grow, and moderation action will usually result. Govern yourself accordingly.