Just recently, Theoretical Physics - Stack Exchange has entered the open beta phase. It is a research-level question site, so we aim at questions that cannot be answered by a standard textbook. We encourage users to, for the most part, ask question directly related to their scientific work. Mathematical, numerical and experimental questions are welcome, as long they are related to theoretical physics (in motivation or used tools).

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The idea of TP.SE is to reduplicate the success of MathOverflow, where leading edge questions can be asked... and are often answered. We want to create two-level model, to have relation of physics.SE/TP.SE as there is currently with math.SE/MathOverflow.

The idea was widely discussed (also on this meta site), see:

We hope to have warm, and fruitful, relations on the line physics.SE/TP.SE. Participation in both sites is encouraged.

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Goodbye everyone who knows the answers! –  Jonathan. Oct 21 '11 at 12:40
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