Physicsforums si.physics.research forum

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In summary, the "Physicsforums si.physics.research forum" is a platform for discussions and exchanges of ideas related to research in the field of physics. It is open to anyone with an interest in physics research, including students, researchers, and professionals. The discussions on this forum cover a wide range of topics, such as quantum mechanics, particle physics, and astrophysics. To participate in discussions, one must create a free account on the Physicsforums website and join the si.physics.research forum. There are rules and guidelines in place for posting on the forum, including being respectful, providing accurate information, and citing sources. Violations of these rules may result in warnings or bans.
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Hi,

I posted a question on physicsforums si.physics.research forum and it showed up. But the same question did not show up on google groups in sci.physics.research!
Is that because I am a crackpot?
 
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Yes, exactly!

Just kidding. Our link to s.p.r has been turned off for the time being.
 
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sci.physics.research is turned off right now
 

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