No. Please. (I moderate Physics.SE)
Firstly, our FAQ says:
- Questions about fictional physics
"Could a warp drive get you out of a black hole?"
Questions about physics of fictional worlds which are not sufficiently grounded in real physics are off topic here, but they may be on topic at Science Fiction & Fantasy.
(If you guys don't like such questions either, I'd be happy to reword it and/or remove the SF&F link)
"Is this feasible now", while sometimes on topic, is better kept off Physics.SE. The community frowns on these (and they are many a time too vague to be meaningfully answered in a physics context). Sometimes rewording it would work. but more often than not it won't.
Comments suggesting "this is better on
<site>" many a time come from users who haven't yet participated on said site. I wouldn't take them seriously unless the user has spent some time on Physics.SE. I'm not saying that all suggested migrations are bad if they come from these folks, I'm saying that the existence of such comments has no major bearing on such a decision. Also, this is a valid argument against letting all 3k+s migrate. This is already a major problem on StackOverflow, where people (used to) vote to migrate to Programmers (and this still happens for migrations to SU/SF IIRC) without knowing much about the site, leading to a lot of bad migrations.
As far as I can tell, the current system is working fine -- if you feel something ought to be migrated, don't hesitate to flag. Your moderator(s) will look into it and send it over if necessary. If we don't like it, we shall close the question (which rejects the migration).