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Okay, it took me way too long to find this considering how simple it was. If you are logged in, visit: https://physics.stackexchange.com/reputation and it will update your reputation plus give you t …
answered Mar 30 '15 by tpg2114
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I personally don't like when questions are easily found with a search on Google. But I recall reading something on SO's meta where they wanted an answer from the SE network to always be the first one …
answered Sep 29 '13 by tpg2114
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Unfortunately you've run into the "problems" that arise by letting each community set its own standards. Your question on cogsci.SE was allowed and well received despite having multiple questions beca …
answered Feb 23 '15 by tpg2114
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If what I have learned about this history of the merger is correct, then anything that is on-topic for astronomy is on-topic here. Which to me means astrobiology is on-topic here. However, as always …
answered Dec 10 '12 by tpg2114
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I'm sure the examples you have in mind are offensive and there isn't much question, but it still helps to downvote and flag because a flag could be rejected and then your downvote is still important. …
answered Jan 2 '13 by tpg2114
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I think we should strive to choose the most appropriate/specific close reasons when we vote to close. It is extra important in cases like this because the duplicate question close message encourages u …
answered Feb 26 '15 by tpg2114
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Come on John, haven't you done a google search? :) Seriously though, as Qmechanic linked to in the comments on your question, the "be nice" policy basically tells people to not to it. The post on m …
answered Apr 9 '15 by tpg2114
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It was never a forum to begin. The goal of the site is to provide high quality Q&A from experts in the field. If we've answered every question, then mission accomplished. But since science progresse …
answered Sep 30 '16 by tpg2114
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The issue is you are not asking how or why something works, but rather for the final answer. The only question you ask is "Would you agree its easier to accelerate the chain on the smaller sprocket th …
answered Aug 19 '13 by tpg2114
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I think the clutter issue falls on the end user. By choosing favorite tags and ignored tags (and hiding the ignored tags if it pleases you), it's very easy for me to find what I would like, even thoug …
answered Jun 9 '13 by tpg2114
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The owner retains the copyright for what is written, but by submitting it to the site he/she irrevocably allows StackExchange to use, modify, and create derivative work from it forever. This is why an …
answered Aug 29 '13 by tpg2114
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My view is no, as this is more of an engineering question than a physics question. Now, if you found out that material X somehow diffused the light and you wanted to ask why material X diffused the …
answered Jul 1 '13 by tpg2114
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I think in terms of making it work on the site, your best bet would be to set up a chat room for those following along to discuss etc informally. When questions come up that are conceptual in nature a …
answered Feb 27 '14 by tpg2114
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Well, now that your answer has been upvoted by somebody, at least that question won't be bumped anymore. Not that that addresses the problem at all. I do usually look at community bumped questions t …
answered Feb 25 '15 by tpg2114
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Okay, so I posted these as comments but I thought about it some more and figured I should just turn it into an answer. As the question stands, I don't feel it's too broad. But I also don't feel like …
answered Mar 18 '14 by tpg2114

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