I think you are now borderline in being dictatorial. I have already stated that I am not making any claim but asking a question that based on the facts I will draw my own conclusion. You are now suggesting that my question is being unreasonable. If you think the question is unreasonable then the onus is on you to demonstrate that the question itself is unreasonable and explain the underlying rationale. In my opinion, you are now stepping into silliness territory. .Why not? Given the claim you are making, the burden should be on you to convince us that your question is a reasonable one in the first place.
The fact that the supersonic test were conducted prior to induction into service doesn't mean by necessity that it is a prerequirement for induction. They can be mutually exclusive. You are the one insisting it is a mandatory requirement and so the onus is on you to support your position. Secondly, we are comparing two different armed services and their requirements are differentNone of the above is relevant to the topic of debate, which is whether it's reasonable to assume that supersonic weapons separation tests have been conducted before an aircraft is declared as being in combat service.
Given other aircraft like F-22 and F-35 conducted those supersonic weapons separation tests/supersonic launch tests before they were inducted into service, it is entirely reasonable for me to ask you to provide evidence for why you think it would not be the case for J-20 as well.
They are entitled to their opinion just as I am entitled to mine. There are forum rules and one of the thing that people in this forum needs to respect are the rules and the opinion of others even if it is contrary to their ideological preference.I think others in the community have expressed their opinions as to the usefulness and reasonableness of your questions as well.
Are you suggesting it is entirely my fault because a conversation requires more than one participant? The problem is generally pro China members cannot tolerate anything that is less than positive about the J-20. I would say to them grow up. Learn how negative comments are discussed in the F-35 threads. It is what matured people do.I personally have no issues with people asking these sort of questions, but there's been a persistent pattern where your questions lead threads down off topic tangents which detract from the overall goal of a thread in terms of trying to have a record of J-20 related news, photos and discussion.
The one thing that I can agree on is that there are pages of unwarranted comments.Consider making a thread specifically for any questions that you may have in future, rather than causing the main threads to have pages and pages of pointless debate.
Here I speak as just another user and not as a moderator. But you should have had enough experience here over the years to understand the kind of posts you make which tend to create long pointless arguments. So do the rest of the user base a favour and consider keeping those questions to a specific thread instead.