How are we supposed to treat questions that are, or would be considered by many, to be ridiculous, but which the poster apparently takes very seriously?
I voted to close one such question as too localized to the poster's imagination. But he objected and stated that the probability of the scenario in the question actually happening was greater than 0, and that it therefore was not too localized to his imagination. Furthermore, he objected to another person's closing it at not a real question, since it was not vague or confusing (which is the reason I hadn't chosen that option when I voted to close it). Other people apparently thought it was a decent enough question (probably more for its creativity than its actual merit, IMHO), and it has been voted up several times.
If too localized (to his imagination) doesn't cover it, and it is, in fact, a clearly worded question, and it is (weirdly) about Jewish life in some fantastic sci-fi scenario, what option is there to close? Should I have tagged it as Purim Torah instead?