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Since the site closed, perhaps we can revive its usefulness by adding a "theoretical physics" tag and adding it to all questions which would be suitable for that site. This is already so for astronomy. This will make a defacto subset of the problems screenable for professionals, who will be put off by the elementary questions.

This is not a "layman" tag, but the opposite.

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Capturing theoretical-physics crowd with Research Level Tag

Since the site closed, perhaps we can revive its usefulness by adding a "theoretical physics" tag and adding it to all questions which would be suitable for that site. This is already so for astronomy. This will make a defacto subset of the problems screenable for professionals, who will be put off by the elementary questions.

This is not a "layman" tag, but the opposite.

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Capturing theoretical-physics crowd with Research Level Tag

Since the site closed, perhaps we can revive its usefulness by adding a "theoretical physics" tag and adding it to all questions which would be suitable for that site. This is already so for astronomy. This will make a defacto subset of the problems screenable for professionals, who will be put off by the elementary questions.

This is not a "layman" tag, but the opposite.

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Capturing theoretical-physics crowd with Research Level Tag

Since the site closed, perhaps we can revive its usefulness by adding a "theoretical physics" tag and adding it to all questions which would be suitable for that site. This is already so for astronomy. This will make a defacto subset of the problems screenable for professionals, who will be put off by the elementary questions.

This is not a "layman" tag, but the opposite.

Since the site closed, perhaps we can revive its usefulness by adding a "theoretical physics" tag and adding it to all questions which would be suitable for that site. This is already so for astronomy. This will make a defacto subset of the problems screenable for professionals, who will be put off by the elementary questions.

This is not a "layman" tag, but the opposite.

Possible Duplicate:
Capturing theoretical-physics crowd with Research Level Tag

Since the site closed, perhaps we can revive its usefulness by adding a "theoretical physics" tag and adding it to all questions which would be suitable for that site. This is already so for astronomy. This will make a defacto subset of the problems screenable for professionals, who will be put off by the elementary questions.

This is not a "layman" tag, but the opposite.

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