You can actually introduce any topic you like by tagging notes and problems with the appropriate hashtag. For instance, I follow #FluidMechanics and #Puzzles just as I follow #Calculus. I think the original 8 are kept blue because those were the flagship topics before tags existed. If, for example, you look at #Queues, you'll see the only problem in the Queues topic so far. A good way to promote a topic on the Brilliant is by publishing notes and problems and tagging them.

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TopNewestYou can actually introduce any topic you like by tagging notes and problems with the appropriate hashtag. For instance, I follow #FluidMechanics and #Puzzles just as I follow #Calculus. I think the original 8 are kept blue because those were the flagship topics before tags existed. If, for example, you look at #Queues, you'll see the only problem in the Queues topic so far. A good way to promote a topic on the Brilliant is by publishing notes and problems and tagging them.

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hmn....well u r right....but my motive for this note is that these topics should also be added as flagship topics

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Ah I see. Well in the meantime, if you have nuclear physics problems, I would love to solve them :).

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Yes.........That will be much more interesting...............

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