The subject at hand is related to this question in particular: https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/131619/how-does-ohms-law-apply-to-superconductors
Before migrating a question to another SE, shouldn't the submitter be provided with the opportunity to defend their submission? Perhaps the question was phrased in such a way as to appear off topic, and its pertinence would become clear if reworded. Why wouldn't a submitter be afforded the courtesy of being notified prior to a migration?
That seems especially true when a question has already received answers from at least two seasoned HR SE participants. Neither of whom objected to the topic prior to submitting their answers. And their answers received several up votes from the community.
Also, the question didn't receive any negative comments, or requests from the community to migrate it.
So without warning I returned to see if my question had been addressed, and poof! It had moved to a different exchange where I could not access it without registering on yet another exchange.
Is this really the way this community operates?
The answer to this post: Questions that aren't off topic shouldn't be moved would suggest that the policy should be one of "presumed pertinence". In other words, the onus should be on the one(s) who want to migrate a question to justify why that is so. With 0.6 questions per day, on average, it doesn't seem that HR SE needs to be throwing out anything unnecessarily.
A separate question has established that the Amateur Radio SE considers questions related to the fundamentals of new technologies (not widely available to most radio amateurs at this point in time) are not pertinent topics for this community. It is a radio community, not an Amateur Radio community. I can accept that decision as unassailable from a community standpoint, and no reasoned argument need be considered. And so far as I can tell such discussion is not encouraged.
But this question has to do with common courtesy. Even if one's "feeling as the moderator handling the migration suggestion flag" is to summarily cast off a question, why would he not engage with the submitter beforehand? Is this SE so inundated with questions about laying concrete foundations, overhauling engines, cell phone repair, and natural languages, that you have no option to but to act by fiat?