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cool thanks!
Jul 12, 2014 by Dmitry hand me the Kalashnikov
Hi! I would like to give this question a try on overflow  http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/122814/inertial-mass-and-gravitational-mass-of-5-dimensional-stars .
I guess I could just copy-paste it from stackexchange but I did that last time and it got imported to overflow a little later. Since I don't know if this time it will be imported or not, and to avoid having the same question repeated if it does get imported I would like to know how to demand to import a question from stack (if that is possible) and to request to import the mentioned question. Thanks!
Jul 9, 2014 by Dmitry hand me the Kalashnikov
The essay writing question is spam. Don't bother voting to close and commenting on it.  I've hidden it.
Jul 2, 2014 by dimension10
Hey Dilaton, a couple weeks ago I posted a question here in overflow and simultaneously on stac.exchange. Today I have noted that it has been imported here from stack.exchange. It would be nice to merge both questions because there are interesting answers ( I think) in both. Here'the one I posted http://www.physicsoverflow.org/18917/modes-internal-operator-representations-isometry-compact and here's the one that has been brought from stac.exchange http://www.physicsoverflow.org/19293/modes-internal-operator-representations-isometry-compact
Jun 17, 2014 by Dmitry hand me the Kalashnikov
No, it was certainly a spam bot, the bot is intended to spam blogs, I've seen the same message posted on my blog many times, but it accidentally attacks forums and makes a fool out of itself.
Jun 2, 2014 by dimension10
Smithe92 was a spambot, though I have no idea how he solved the captcha.
Jun 2, 2014 by dimension10
Hi Dilaton,   
    
I've purposed a Physics website for homework question on Area51: http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/69198/physics-problems?referrer=jpFTJqd3z6Dqi4sXlAyGiw2   
   
If it could work then we won't have to cater unnecessary homework stuff  on Phys_underflow.    
I think You'd like it so I thought I should message you.   
    
Regards     
The Paradox :-)
May 24, 2014 by User31782
Hi  
  
I've seen it a few minutes ago. Was  a bit busy yesterday.  
  
Cheers.
May 7, 2014 by User31782
Got your message. I am with the SE only from a few months. I think some of the sites are doing well. I've been active on  Math.SE and feel that its a perfect website for Math community. To see myself how moderation is done on Math.SE I asked a question on
meta.Math.SE](http://meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/12741/what-kind-of-comments-are-not-constructive). On the other hand there are sites in SE network which are more worst than Phys.SE e.g. EE.SE. Frankness, criticism ,mild expletives etc these are signs of a friendly community but at EE.SE I had the worst experience of internet community that was just [insulting and disrepecting](http://meta.electronics.stackexchange.com/revisions/3411/1). I am happy that you like my suggestion of more community websites. I want to know if others are also interested in this? Should we start a thread on meta to see the response of others on this. Personally I think There are still some sites in SE network that are doing well. As I said before I seek for a friendly( frankness should be there but it should never insult someone or personally attack). I do not have friends on internet. It is you to whom I ever talked in a physics community.  I would like to know what others think of suggestion.   
Cheers.
May 4, 2014 by User31782
Hi Daliton,  
I've sent you a private message. Am not very much familiar with the working of this site so I am posting here just to ping you.
May 2, 2014 by User31782




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