Update May 2 2019
I noticed this question received more down-votes recently even though it has been inactive for some time now. I'm not really sure I understand the point of this? I have tried to delete this question, but am unable to. I would post a picture of what I'm talking about, although that seams to not be working either. so here is a link.
I am very sorry about what happened with my previous question, although I am not sure I understand how it ended up on Literature to begin with. Or why it was suddenly demoted from suspected-duplicate to duplicate while I was still in the process of editing it, and collecting my list of sources.
I listed 6 questions, in my question, that I think are all related, of which none have been marked as duplicate. I'm not sure I agree that my question is a duplicate, and if it is one, I don't think it is one of what was cited. StackExchange is a pretty uniques system for Q&A, and certainly my first choice when looking on the internet for answers to stuff. I think though that there is always room for improvement, and I was only trying to contribute to discussion about how search results could be enhanced. You know, come to think of it, the feature I was looking for could perhaps be implemented by a third party website. Simply combine searches between selected topics. Although actually it would be impossible to do any sort of cross-over-reputation scheme through a third party website.
I'm not sure this question is the right place to post suggestions for feature requests, it's just, I noticed someone down-voted it. This question is more than a month old, and hasn't had any activity in a while. I don't think it would show up in anyone's feed? This suggests to me that someone did this deliberately to hurt my rep here on META.
Perhaps I am wrong. Perhaps it is all random.
Still, my meta rep is currently at 2 now.
So I guess I'll leave you by saying I am very sorry for my drastic actions from 9 days ago, although I was only reacting to some abrupt and suspicious behavior from my vantage point. The pace on META can be startling for someone coming from another site/topic. I am glad to learn it was only a mistake.
Still, I'm kind of sad I didn't get a better reception. I think I had some valid points to my question, and think that it added some nuance to the whole question of duplicates, and possible solutions to finding specific Q&A. I guess others may not see things the same way.
It is kind of bothersome that after all this I'm basically back to where I started. I'm glad though that my contributions elsewhere on SE seem mostly unaffected by all this, although the down-voting is starting to seem vindictive. If this is going to be my reception on META, I suppose I will have to rethink my involvement here.
Sincerely my best regards, kipplebits
p.s. check edits for original content of this question. It was so specific to my case, I don't see how it could be useful to anyone other than as a head on a spike to ward off any other troublemakers... I did receive assurance that no comments were lost, although now I'm sort of wondering why they weren't deleted if they were in fact off topic?