What are the benefits of joining a physics forum for self-study and discussion?

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In summary, joining a physics forum for self-study and discussion can have numerous benefits for individuals interested in the subject. These forums provide a platform for like-minded individuals to come together, share knowledge and resources, and engage in meaningful discussions. This can lead to a deeper understanding of complex concepts, improved problem-solving skills, and access to a wide range of perspectives and expertise. Additionally, physics forums often have active and knowledgeable moderators who can provide guidance and support for those seeking to improve their understanding of physics. Overall, joining a physics forum can greatly enhance one's self-study and understanding of this fascinating field.
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phinfinity
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I had googled some problems and found wonderful explanations here
Hello! I'm a software engineer by day, and recently in my free time have started pursuing my passions in physics again. It's been so long since I did any physics that I decided to start from the basics again and am going through the Feynman lecture series for the first time again. I've come to realize that some of the problems are quite a challenge and it would help me learn much better with some help from others & insights into some of them. These forums also look like an amazing opportunity to learn about more topics & physics discussions with others.

Looking forward to it!
 
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Welcome aboard, @phinfinity ##-##

because you mentioned the Feynman Lectures:

:eynman:

and because we're happy that you're here:

:welcome:
 

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