I answered a question on Cognitive Sciences on July, 3rd, which got accepted quite quickly and got 2 up-votes right away (i.e., +35 rep). However, my answer was not correct and it got 5 down-votes afterwards (-10 rep).
On July, 4th, it got (rightfully!) deleted because people noticed that it wasn't meant seriously and I lost all the rep associated to this answer (-25). Today the OP marked another answer as correct, causing my answer getting unaccepted which lost me another 15 rep.
A quick calculation reveals that, in total, from the gained 25 rep, I lost 40.
Although this punishment by -15 rep might be appropriate given the lack of respect I showed, I still would like to know whether is this also intended by the system.
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