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The key phrase here is "extraordinarily narrow situation", which to me means that it's so narrow that no one else can relate.
A good example of a too localized question might be something along the lines of how to create an environment of helpfulness between colleagues on the International Space Station and avoid the effects of low gravity from affecting their moods. There are so few people working in this environment to where only a handful of people may benefit.
However, there are arguably lots of Java programmers who have bosses who still believe in Theory X style management that the answers would be helpful to others.
How many Java programmers are there in the world compared to active astronauts? The difference is likely merely hundreds for the astronauts vs millions for the Java programmers.