Go Go Pf: The Best Physics Forum Ever

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In summary, The physics forum is praised as the best in its field, with exceptional quality, unique features, and a strong community of members who constantly contribute and improve the forum. The integration of LaTeX and upcoming features like FAQ threads and formal debates make it stand out among other forums. The forum also offers a variety of subforums for different levels of discussion and a welcoming environment for both students and professionals. Overall, the forum is highly regarded and appreciated by its members.
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This is the best physics forum ever. I also have been posting on the advanced physics forum (sorry guys) and i can only say that it is nothing compared to the quality of this forum. Congratulations to all the administrators and mentors. Various things like the journals, the interaction between members, the number of posts and posters, the many subforums, the style make this initiative unique in internet-land.

Just a token of my appreciation

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marlon
 
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It is the best science and the best maths bulletin board. I think one of the best innovations was the integrating LaTeX and I know that there are sevreal forums trying to emulate this feat.
 
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Yeah, PF rocks. I can't imagine where I would be without it. And with the FAQ threads in the works and formal debates possibly starting, PF just keeps getting better. :biggrin: Maybe group discussions like hypnagogue's and Mattson's will start catching on too.
 
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honestrosewater said:
And with the FAQ threads in the works and formal debates possibly starting, PF just keeps getting better.

The FAQ is indeed going to be a very big success, i give my word for that. I think it's going to be the single most usefull feature of this forum.

regards
marlon
 
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marlon said:
The FAQ is indeed going to be a very big success, i give my word for that. I think it's going to be the single most usefull feature of this forum.

regards
marlon

I'm still going to argue that the members are the single most useful feature on this forum! :biggrin: This forum is very much about gathering together the people who are willing to generously contribute their time and efforts to helping out others. What I really love is the something-for-everyone format here. There's a place for the students to get help, and places for professionals to have more in-depth discussions, and even room to play.
 

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What is Go Go Pf: The Best Physics Forum Ever?

Go Go Pf is an online platform where physicists and physics enthusiasts can come together to discuss and share ideas, theories, and research related to the field of physics.

Who can join Go Go Pf?

Anyone with an interest in physics can join Go Go Pf. Our community is open to students, researchers, professors, and anyone else who wants to learn and engage with others in the field.

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