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Old Oct 29th 2016, 02:16 AM   #1
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Cool hello new here

Dear physicists

Iam here to learn and improve my understanding in physics

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Old Oct 29th 2016, 05:29 PM   #2
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Old Oct 30th 2016, 07:36 AM   #3
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Welcome

I like this forum as it has actually quite a small community of contributors, who you get to feel you know through the style of their posts.
Members who (like myself) are not trained physicists but who just have an interest in the subject can put in questions or ideas which to the proper physicists must just seem quite daft, but they are always treated courteously (unless they start becoming a nuisance).
I also like that some of the simpler (school level) questions I can have a try at answering, knowing that if I make a mistake there will be someone else there to correct it.
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Old Oct 30th 2016, 09:28 AM   #4
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I like this forum as it has actually quite a small community of contributors, who you get to feel you know through the style of their posts.
Members who (like myself) are not trained physicists but who just have an interest in the subject can put in questions or ideas which to the proper physicists must just seem quite daft, but they are always treated courteously (unless they start becoming a nuisance).
I also like that some of the simpler (school level) questions I can have a try at answering, knowing that if I make a mistake there will be someone else there to correct it.
thank you very much
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