Have you ever been to

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I was looking at all the different forums we've got here and I'll bet I've never been in about half of them. Might have to do a little bit of surfing in PF. Have you checked them all out?
 

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matthyaouw
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I often find myself in way over my head if I set foot outside of Biology or Earth sciences, so I tend to stay in there most of the time.

I'd love to have a read through some of the stuff on here, but the chances of me understanding or having the time to view it are minimal. So much information, so little time...
 
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I've looked through Biology and Social Sciences (IQ threads) from time to time, and occassionally browse General Physics and Philosophy.
 
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I stick with GD but occasionally browse the non- sciency ones
 
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I usually just look at the new posts and go for the interesting ones. Sometimes though there are none and then I have to go browsing.
 
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I haven't been in them all. I check the homework ones mainly, then the general discussion and sometimes the classical physics, general astronomy/cosmology and software forums. Never gonna look at the politics subforum, cos that stuff is just boring IMO.
 
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General, Biology, Social Sciences, Homework K-12, Academic and Career Guidance, General Philosophy, Value Theory, and Politics and World Affairs.

Those are the boards I usually browse, I occasionally wander off into the other ones.
 
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I've browsed all the major categories, but haven't gotten into all the subforums yet. Once in a while something catches my eye when I'm reading the index that lures me into a forum I don't usually explore. Sadly, though, what attracts me into a lot of those other forums are the complaints from the crackpots in feedback about locked posts; I'm too curious to not go look, and it's always worth it in sheer entertainment value!
 
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I rarely visit Astronomy, Philosophy or Technology.
 
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After reading this post today, I decided to peruse some of the forums I never visit and try to read one post. I found an interesting one about microwaving, well, anything you can get your hands on, by Math Is Hard and Gokul in the Atoms, Molecules & Solids Forum. :rofl: But, then I just stopped. I couldn't talk myself into reading things like Number Theory. I've been following the development of the electric butter knife in the engineering forums too. Who knew buttering toast was so complicated! :biggrin: I'm awaiting pictures from the science fair. There have been a few other engineering threads that have caught my attention in the past, like trying to pump water uphill without a pump, or something like that. I have nothing to contribute to those threads, I just like reading along (I'm sure my answer of, get a couple of buckets, some good friends and plenty of beer, wouldn't have been terribly appreciated).
 

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