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I noticed some real egregious reviewing on this question. It was closed as a duplicate of a question that it doesn't come close to duplicating, the OP's problem being that of formatting Excel via C#, nothing to do with understanding floating-point calculations in a computer.
I was thinking that maybe there should be some facility to "flag"/"vote on" the reviewer and the specific review, by clicking on his name on that review and a dialog comes up, and ultimately building a rating for that reviewer based on commmunity input, that only the moderators could see. Eventually, this might give them some data to correlate to bad reviews and they could implement a heuristic to use that. For example, they could use it to influence the audits given a particular reviewer.
I'm sure with my contrarian views, I'd get tagged a lot, but I'm comfortable with the mods (as a group) reviewing the extreme cases and making decisions based on that.
As has been pointed out, it's a dupe of this question, so please go upvote it there.
<rant>It's sad that some users feel they need to use the downvote just because something is a dupe, instead of whether or not they disagree with the content, but that's life. I'll make sure my voting is done correctly.