Right so I posted a question about something (not really important because the response is the important part).
One of my responses (who I believe flagged the article) complained that it was not Physics because it was engineering.
Now I know a few engineers and there is no doubt that what they do is Physics and all you need to do is look at what they study (the nature and properties of matter and energy) and know that they love thermodynamics more than most to know that engineering is Physics.
So what is up with that? Are pure physicists just afraid of engineering questions because it is a new spin on what they already know or are non-traditional Physics questions banned?
Just wondering, because it seems we might need an engineering SE otherwise.
TL;DR If engineering is physics based can it be on the Phys.SE?