Pf is so great because of math. Math is the street cred of life. So that's why I continue to visit PF.
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I think this is the harsh reality, it's all about math, the biological philosophers like myself have good intentions, but we're talking through our ass.
My favorite part about PF is that it allows quality questions from anybody, regardless one’s age or level of education, as long as the person asking the question is willing to learn and not trying to take advantage of those trying to help them. I used to explore the Physics Stack Exchange, but there was so much mockery and negativity towards people whose questions were not “complex enough”. And then you have places like Yahoo answers where people just throw out their homework assignments, waiting for people to give them answers (lots of times incorrect ones).
PF is way awesome
Are you being sarcastic or something? If you have an issue with this forum, just come out and say it.
They show us what selfless service is!