It has not been many days since I joined this site. I thought of using this as to clarify my doubts while doing problems or increase my knowledge in physics. I put questions and ask just to give me hints on doing them and try my maximum to solve those before posting them here. But my questions always gets on hold because it is off-topic. I don't understand what is off-topic in my questions(except one on philosophical cosmology). All of them are pure applications of physics. Finally, when I put a question on relativity, going deep into physics so that it is not flagged off due to off-topic content there is no one to answer.
I put questions and ask just to give me hints on doing them and try my maximum to solve those before posting them here.
I only see evidence of that in your latest question, and that was a "check my work" question.
In general, we only permit homework-like questions when they are asking for something conceptual.
In the case of this question, philosophy/"new" physics is off topic here because:
- This is not a discussion forum. We try to make a repository of useful questions and answers. Discussions are fun to participate in, but their content is generally not useful to others. We have a chat room for discussions.
- Even if "physicists are philosophers", physicists use more precise methods and have a different way of approaching the problem than the general philosopher. Metaphysics and philosophy is off topic here.
- The question wasn't a question in the first place.
Your relativity question is rather unclear. I think I've understood it (and may provide an answer if I get the time), but I doubt many have.