There are some highly active reviewers on this site to whom we owe much. Understandably, they can become wearied by the task, and develop a sort of pessimism.
I think that this question is a victim of this phenomenon: Euler's product via Eratosthenes' sieve?
- The OP is new to M.SE
- The OP's either does not speak English as a first language, or has something else going on which makes it difficult for them to communicate in a manner which some of us are lucky to take for granted.
- The OP has come up with an alternative proof for (i.e. this is not work they claim to be revolutionary and groundbreaking) for a niche(?) topic described by this short Wikipedia section. At the very least, it is a topic I am unfamiliar with, and I tried to edit its introduction to the best of my ability in order to address moderators' concern that it makes no sense from the get go. It seems to have made it worse according to one moderator :( (so, I am to blame for the introduction to the question)
- The question has received an answer/comment from a user with 1K reputation.
Given these points, can we please be nice to this new contributor, and give them the benefit of doubt/the chance to improve their post? I think it would be sad if they were pushed away due to the weakness in presentation in their first post, given that it is not a low effort/help-with-homework type question?