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For computer graphics researchers and programmers.
For questions about traditional artwork and handmade items.
For proposed Q&A site for shooting sports and weapons, including but not limited to guns, knives, and other arms; and ranging from theory and design to practical tactics, legal questions, and consumer considerations.
For proposed Q&A site for frank and clinical information on human sexuality.
For people organizing, marketing or licensing open source development projects.
For white hat hackers interested in offensive hacking techniques in a legitimate scenarios, analysis of malicious code (rootkits/exploits/viruses), zombies/botnets/clones, kernel/code hacking, hack challenges. Note: Asset protection is off-topic!
For students and mentors from FRC, FTC and FLL teams
For linguists, teachers, and students wanting to discuss the finer points of the Latin language.
For people interested in the art of black smithing. Other metal workers such as jewelers and welders are welcome too. Any questions dealing with working metal encouraged.
For people who need help with how to respond in certain situations as well as raising awareness amid people on how to communicate without any issues [Concerning talking to the deaf and blind etc.]
For paranormal believers - Psionics:Psychokinesis/Telekinesis; ESP:Telepathy/Astral/Lucid/RV/NDE/OBE; Energy:Meditation/Consciousness; Magic:Occult/Healing/Reiki/Crystals/Runes/Rituals/Exorcism); ET:Aliens/UFO; Metaphysical:Ghosts, etc.
For developers of embedded hardware and software systems.
For catholic Christians to consider conundrums not captured on Christianity.SE. How to live as a Catholic, practice what is preached, teach the faith to new generations and defend the Church's teachings.
For learners of the Klingon language to discuss proper usage of Klingon phrases and words
For the "open science" movement to make scientific research, data and dissemination accessible to all.
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