I wrote a well written article about how Stephen Hawking was wrong about one of his views. Then a day later my post is rejected. I still haven't received a response why it was rejected. Has this happened to anyone in the past.
If you click on the hub in question there should be an explanation at the top in a black box.
It doesn't give a clear explanation of why it was rejected. I followed all the writing guidelines. I just want to know why. I can easily post it on Squidoo or another site without any problems.
The only people who can answer that is Admin, since your hub cannot be read by us we may not be able to comment. You may have to send a mail to Team@hubpages.com and wait for their response. Right now they have much on their hands and make take time, so be patient. Welcome to HP
If you hover over that message or click on it--something like that--you often get an expanded clarification of the message, though it still isn't custom-tailored to your specific hub.
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