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seemed like an interesting exception to have, I voted to re-open. Then, the next question that came up was the second question linked. I read through the comment discussion, and was about to vote to … re-open because I thought it was another interesting exception (coincidence that they came up at the same time?) and there was a lot of support in the comments. However, I saw this Meta discussion in …
asked Aug 4 '16 by heather
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Hooray, hats! (Shameless plug towards a hat.) http://winterbash2016.stackexchange.com/ Hat options: I am your father - post/vote on meta Running ragged - earn 150 rep on three non-SO sites in 15 d …
asked Dec 19 '16 by heather
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The March for Science is an event/protest/rally being held on April 22, 2017. The main march will occur in Washington D.C., but there will be marches all over the world and across the United States. T …
asked Feb 24 '17 by heather
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I'm heather. I've been invited to be a guest for the Physics.SE Ask Me Anything (AMA) taking place in the h-bar on Monday, February 20th, at 10pm UTC (for USA users that's 2:00 Pacific, 3:00 Mountain, …
asked Feb 11 '17 by heather
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all about, and even contribute to the discussion! Construction Progress: This site is incredibly new. Currently, we have a meta, the main site, commenting, answering, flagging, closing, upvoting …
asked Nov 4 '16 by heather
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I created a tag today, sparticles, that I thought would be useful to the community. It seemed like there were a decent number of questions that talked specifically about sparticles as opposed to just …
asked Jul 9 '16 by heather
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I had a question about best practices for keeping a lab journal (specifically, should one only record experiments, or should one also include research for experiments, or time spent looking around on …
asked Feb 23 '17 by heather
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I just reached 3000 rep (yay!) yesterday and I immediately went to the close vote review queue. After working through twenty it said I was out of close votes. Same thing today. Now, I remember reading …
asked Aug 2 '16 by heather
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Okay, so the last time we had a focused discussion of the homework policy was August 2016. Blech. So, let's start thinking about this again. And before you collectively groan, this first post isn't …
asked Mar 29 '17 by heather
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I was going through the close review queue, I saw the question Satellite is brought to the earth’s surface, it hits the earth with a velocity of 4 km/s - Determine the work done by friction [on hold] …
asked Nov 24 '16 by heather
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I understand a new moderator is elected whenever one steps down or there is an increase in traffic to the point that the current moderator team cannot handle it. However, my question is more about whe …
asked Oct 4 '16 by heather
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A conversation with DavidZ prompted this question (see this question's comments). Thinking about the soft-question tag: when should it be used? Putting it on a resource-recommendation question is ki …
asked Jul 10 '16 by heather
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applied-physics seems like a bit of a catch-all tag like general-physics (which is now removed from all questions and soon to be blacklisted). Thoughts on burnination and blacklisting? Note that T …
asked Jul 26 '17 by heather
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I was reading through some old meta discussions recently, and I was interested in some of the points made, but they never quite seemed to be implemented or discussed further. They also seemed to be bu …
asked Oct 5 '16 by heather
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A bunch of answers just came into the low quality review queue (coincidentally, many by the same user...) and they all share one characteristic: they are incorrect, but they do attempt to answer the q …
asked Aug 15 '16 by heather

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