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Offline PmbPhy

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Would you like to be a proof reader?
« on: 13/08/2016 13:44:53 »
As many of you know I'm creating a website whose purpose is to provide an educational resource for anybody who wishes to learn physics including, but not limited to, professional physicists, physics students, physics laymen, physics enthusiasts and the general public. I used to have a website which I called Physics World. The purpose of that site was to provide a place to put all the derivations which come up often in physics discussions and for derivations which were too difficult or impossible to do using ASCII. I've finished translating that to the new website. That information was never proof read. Although I'm very confident in the material only a fool thinks that he's incapable of making a mistake or an error existing which they are unable to see for themselves some strange reason.

So I'd like to ask the members here if anybody would be willing to go through the site and follow the derivations there to make sure they're all correct. You'd not only be doing me a great favor but also anybody who uses the website to learn. In doing so I'm sure it will spark a conversation or two.

Thank you.


 

Offline Bored chemist

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Re: Would you like to be a proof reader?
« Reply #1 on: 13/08/2016 14:15:11 »
I think
http://physicsworld.com/
might object to your website's name.
 

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