This seems to be a conflicting element. I sometimes get feedback that my writing is too didactic. From just as many other readers, I get feedback that especially new technological ideas need to be better explained so the reader isn't left in the dark. I think it is better to add a paragraph or two to explain a concept, letting the reader decide whether it's a good idea to read that part or not. http://www.writingforums.org/threads/ends-dream-about-2180-words.129714/#post-1176862 This is one example of my own style where I chose to do just that, receiving negative critique about that element. Another example finds the didactic portion further into the posts (in this case) where one needs to know about a deviation from mainstream science. http://www.writingforums.org/threads/tweak-prologue-excerpt-3100-words.129680/ I'll begin another thread about the subject of dark energy considerations in a more appropriate thread, still, for the sake of this being an isolated topic, these examples of in situ didactics are offered. To keep this thread in appropriate categorization (writing subjectivity versus workshop critique) I'll ask that we don't drag the excerpts themselves into this thread.