I am not familiar with how you do things on this wiki, but I could use help from anyone who is skilled in physics and mathematics. I am currently analyzing feats of strength, speed, and durability from popular media, and right now I am looking for help calculating the mathematics of a feat. Could you help me or reccomend an area where I might be able to recieve help?
Could you be more specific on the part about "analysis of features of strength, speed and durability from popular media". Do you mean to say stuff related to Superheroes and all that?
I wish I was more of an expert in the core field of physics but I am pursuing the field of Computer Science and have been out of touch of the core science and mathematics for almost two years. If you could be a little specific and detail out your requirements a bit more, I would really like to help you further by providing appropriate resources.
Basically, I am observing and analyzing feats and finding out the science and math behind them, in a similar fashion to the shows Deadliest Warrior and ScrewAttack's DEATH BATTLE, but have a feat that I am stumped on how to interpret. It is from the Japanese animated series Kill la Kill, and features the main character swinging her bladed weapon, which creates a trail and slices through two large buildings.
I am curently searching the web for ways to interpret this feat; with the main questions being the size of the buildings and the amount of force that would be needed to perform this action, assuming the buildings are made of a stone material comprible to concrete.
Again, I do not know if you would know how to interpret this, or if you would know someone who would.
I suppose I could pass this over to the two wikis that we are affliated with.
One is Math Wiki and the other is Physics Wiki. There is a user named Dinoenthusiastguy. He is an expert in Mathematics and Physics.
I will provide you the links to the wikis:
First off, I would like to wish you good luck in college. I wouldn't mind telling you about what's been going on in my life but only via private chat. And what made me come here and message was that I recollected that you, like myself, like science so I thought I would leave you a message and see if you're up to chat.
Hi Supersonic, I am currently committed only to this wiki. Besides I hardly get any time from college work. I wish I could be of some help. If you need some help regarding coding you can message me anytime and I will try to reach you asap. I am not sure if I can help you in writing articles for the wiki.
If you could help out with one thing, can you add the atom images of Silicon and Phosphorus. I will definitely add the intro sentence in each and will add the info box. only exception in the info box is the image. Im certain you will take care of it.
I added SIlicon. I adde the info box and the info in it but Im not sure how and I tried to use spuare roots for some of them. So I hope you will edit it adding those that need to be square rooted and degrees as well.
Ya I know. it wasnt accurate due to me not knowing how to type exponents and symbols. I could not figure out the image portion so I thought I might leave it to you maybe Im not sure. But most of these are an attempt. I did some of Phosphorus too.
Hey I was wondering if you could consider adding another piece after Periodic Elements on the Wikia Content. I was wondering if you guys could talk about some of the greatest scientists. For example, Charles Darwin: Evolution Theory, Alfred Wegener: Continental Drift Theory, Copernicus: Sun in middle of solar system not Earth, and more. Would be cool if you could talk about the greatest scientists that contributed to the science that is all ready on here. Just a suggestion.Tamriel9 (talk) 04:16, May 23, 2016 (UTC)Tamriel9
I appreciate and accept your suggestions. I think all of the topics that you put forth are truly and absolutely great to put and I think these can only be put up as blogs currently.
I am trying to build the wiki from the basics which adheres to the aim of this wiki and I think Open Science Wiki needs basic science articles first that deal with concepts and then only can we go to broader topics such as the ones put forth by you.
If you have something you think can contribute to in the topics given by you I suggest you write the text in the forums "topic" boards or put them up as a blog. In the future when the time is right, you can shift them to article page.
(I am not sure about this step so you better find out on the link given on top of this comment). You need to add a code to your Jscript page on your wikia (It will have some link like /MediaWiki:Common.js) or look up here on this link to know better.
Here is the code to add a new custom edit button:-
The image must be stored on your local Wikia or on Community Central — it must use a Wikia.com URL.
Maybe. The image that you upload should either be on your wikia or community wikia site. Also you must type in the full url of the image.
the image on the right has a url: Eternal Inflation.png this is not the correct url you put up there in the code. Click on "See full size image" link and then copy and paste the full url on the browser address bar to the code. For example, the full image url for the pic on right is:
Since the amount of articles on my Wikimath and your Open Science Wiki are so close. I wanted to start a challenge: Which one of our wikis will have the most pages before summer? Are you up for the challenge?