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    physics and math forum

    Maybe y'all already know about this, but here's a link to a physics forum. It also has a math section. Check it out. TopQuark, this should be of interest to you.

    http://www.physicsforums.com/index.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by galactus
    Maybe y'all already know about this, but here's a link to a physics forum. It also has a math section. Check it out. TopQuark, this should be of interest to you.

    http://www.physicsforums.com/index.php
    I wonder if this site will ever have an average of 400+ users...
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    Quote Originally Posted by galactus
    Maybe y'all already know about this, but here's a link to a physics forum. It also has a math section. Check it out. TopQuark, this should be of interest to you.

    http://www.physicsforums.com/index.php
    I appreciate the comment. In fact I am a member on that forum as well. I stopped posting there a few months ago when I found it was eating up much of my "internet" time. You see, I still use dial-up and I was missing phone calls from a number of people.

    It's a great forum and has lots of qualified people answering on it. The amusing thing is that many people who post questions here also post on physicsforums. Why I don't know...if they get the answer on one forum, would it change by getting it again on another? Ah well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by topsquark
    I still use dial-up -Dan

    I, too, use dial-up. Nothing else is available where I live. It's very rural and cellphones don't even work. No repeater towers.
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    Re: physics and math forum

    Quote Originally Posted by topsquark View Post
    I appreciate the comment. In fact I am a member on that forum as well. I stopped posting there a few months ago when I found it was eating up much of my "internet" time. You see, I still use dial-up and I was missing phone calls from a number of people.

    It's a great forum and has lots of qualified people answering on it. The amusing thing is that many people who post questions here also post on physicsforums. Why I don't know...if they get the answer on one forum, would it change by getting it again on another? Ah well.

    -Dan
    Well, the more people we ask, the faster we get responses. And if coincidentally more than 1 forum sites reply to our questions, we can choose the steps which is more suited to our preference. That's why sometimes you see I am asking the exact same question I posted here in MMF/MHB.
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    Re: physics and math forum

    Quote Originally Posted by topsquark View Post
    I appreciate the comment. In fact I am a member on that forum as well. I stopped posting there a few months ago when I found it was eating up much of my "internet" time. You see, I still use dial-up and I was missing phone calls from a number of people.

    It's a great forum and has lots of qualified people answering on it. The amusing thing is that many people who post questions here also post on physicsforums. Why I don't know...if they get the answer on one forum, would it change by getting it again on another? Ah well.

    -Dan
    Dial-up? OMG! I abandoned free university dial-up years ago even if I did have to pay for cable. And if it's the same user name, it looks to me like your last post on PF was in 2010. I've been on PF for several years. With a little sleuthing you can figure out my user name there :-)
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    Re: physics and math forum

    Quote Originally Posted by galactus View Post
    I, too, use dial-up. Nothing else is available where I live. It's very rural and cellphones don't even work. No repeater towers.
    In a far, far corner of the galaxy, you wouldn't expect repeater towers, eh? But you do get credit for the most annoying avatar I have seen.
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