I'm new to electronics, and i made a schematic of something i wanted to try to build.
I asked something and included a picture of what i meant, but a battery i linked apparently had too much mAh to be realistic.
Instead of correcting me and explaining that a 18650 couldn't hold that much power, i was ridiculed by someone that didn't even bother to try to answer my question.
I thought this was strange, but I didn't expect a moderator to do the same. Instead of correcting the other commenter, or helping me, he made some stupid joke about how fire was in the name of the battery and that my battery would catch fire because it had so much mAh.
From the "reputation & moderation" page in the help center i got this:
(moderators) are patient and fair, lead by example and show respect for their fellow community members in their actions and words
I don't think this moderator did any of that, is that normal?
edit: you guys are right, im an idiot, i should have done more research. i won't remove the post so others dont make the same mistake