I think the mathematics is a subject that should not hesitate to question any of it's old truths, as it enjoys the status of being foundation of the truth for most other sciences.
However, I'm seeing the tolerance of questioning on the math forums to be just as low as any other forum.
Of course, mathematicians are also humans and susceptible for making quick judgements based on shortcut criteria and their own intuitive beliefs. However, these strategies, some times, fail to meet the expectations for ensuring truth in such foundational layer of human knowledge.
One example is the responses and reactions received by my post, which seem solely based on quick judgements, without much thought.
A poster thinks it may not belong to mathematics, as it talks about multiple and seemingly contradictory truths. He/she might be hoping that mathematics is not a place for new paradoxes.
I want to request the community to keep this place with high appetite or tolerance for questioning.
Mathematics is a wild beast that feeds on the veracity emerging from the free and public debate, but not on approvals and endorsements handed out from behind the closed doors of the clubs. Sorry, I was a bit disappointed.