What does the physics expert award mean?

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Is the physics expert award for how helpful someone is or how knowledgeble or something else?
 

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A little from column A, a little from column B. It's decided by popular vote.

Every so often, we hold a member-awards vote. There are many categories and Greg (admin) selects several candidates for each category based on their contributions to PF. Then the voting is opened up to all members.

Just a bit of fun.
 
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Just a bit of fun.
Okay I get it. Thankyou.
 

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