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Author Topic: is there a forum for technology, devices, physics, electronics, sensors, etc?  (Read 1312 times)

kalos

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hello!

is there a forum with knowledgeable people about physics, applied physics, technology, how things work, engineering, devices, etc?

not specifically IT

thanks!

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nah, it's not that easy, you need to have experience of a forum that is live, populated by knowledgeable helpful people, etc

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nah, it's not that easy, you need to have experience of a forum that is live, populated by knowledgeable helpful people, etc
I'm just kidding, man.  This is a good place for stuff like that.  DC is my first goto.

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ok I 'll give it a try with my next thread, lol!

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Hi there .o/

Perhaps at Tech Support Forums ? They have their "automotive center" and "home support" group of categories in the lower part of the main page...

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If you have specific questions, and aren't looking for forum type answers, StackExchange has always been my go to.  They get into very specific areas, so I'm not sure which to link you to, but go to the main and find what you're looking for.

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+1 for StackExchange but if your question is not detailed and clear it will drown in to the depths of the net pretty quickly.