Why do physics questions on TSR tend to go unnoticed?

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Whereas almost all maths questions get so many replies instantaneously :mad:
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The fact that this thread goes unnoticed proves my point further
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Unnoticed would be a day not 10 minutes.
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(Original post by Vikingninja)
Unnoticed would be a day not 10 minutes.
Yes but having looked through the physics forum on a regular basis, most of the questions/queries posted there tend to go unnoticed.
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(Original post by MathsAstronomy12)
Yes but having looked through the physics forum on a regular basis, most of the questions/queries posted there tend to go unnoticed.
Seeing a lot of threads with several responses.
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I wonder why too... there BETA be a good reason. Sorry for the bad pun... I'll let myself out XD
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I wonder why too... there BETA be a good reason. Sorry for the bad pun... I'll let myself out XD
Watt sorcery is this
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It's all relative.
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Because physics is nowhere near as awesome as geology
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(Original post by MathsAstronomy12)
Watt sorcery is this
Just WEIGHT and see. Maybe it is all a big MASStake. Wtf am I doing? lol
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There's probably more maths genii as compared to physics genii.
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It's all relative.
Joking aside, can you (a mathematician I presume) help out?
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Not many people take physics and therefore aren't able to help out, at least I think that's what the problem is.
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Because physics is nowhere near as awesome as geology
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Because physics is nowhere near as awesome as geology
Hmm I beg to differ
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(Original post by MathsAstronomy12)
Watt sorcery is this
Wire we making puns instead of answering the question?
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(Original post by Mayhem™)
:curious:
(Original post by MathsAstronomy12)
Hmm I beg to differ
My boo was shot down by the geology department because he said geology wasn't a real science
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(Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
Because physics is nowhere near as awesome as geology
CORRECT!!!
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My boo was shot down by the geology department because he said geology wasn't a real science
you belong with the biology,sociology, and psychology students, off you go :smug:
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(Original post by MathsAstronomy12)
Joking aside, can you (a mathematician I presume) help out?
Have you tried the correct forum:
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=131
I don't see that many unanswered threads in there.

But yeah there's more than twice as many people take maths A-level compared to physics.
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