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Now that the ‘old’ physicspages has been discontinued, I am considering how to use the site in the future (considering I’m in a contract to pay for the domain name for the next couple of years, so I’d like to use it for something!) I am thinking of perhaps posting some general articles about some aspects of physics and associated mathematics. The idea would be to take a topic which is often glossed over in textbooks and give a more detailed, in-depth look at it.
If anyone has suggestions as to what topics might be useful, or what other types of articles would be useful, please leave a comment below.
Please note that I cannot accept requests to post solutions to problems taken from textbooks, or from assignments you have been given by a university or college. If you want help of that sort, please consult sites such as Physics Forums or Physics StackExchange.
Also, please note that my experience is fairly limited (the last time I was a ‘professional physicist’ was back in the 1980s), so I won’t be able to write articles on most of the areas currently in the frontiers of physics. Most of my expertise lies in topics commonly covered in undergraduate physics courses.
Thanks for your help.