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Do you have a question about the foundations of physics, or physical science in general (including chemistry), but don't know where to even start? Now you can talk to experienced physical science consultants one-on-one over the internet. During our conversation, you can ask us anything you want to know about physics and physical science in general!

To set up an appointment, please send an email with the topic(s) that you are interested to discuss to and wait for a response email containing a formal introduction of the service terms. Typical response times are 1-5 business days.

Live session terms vary with each consultant in our network. Fees can vary accordingly, but are approximately US$50 per 20 minutes. The final offering depends on the format of the consultation.

We consider reviews of documents or videos on a case-by-case basis. Such additional requests will affect pricing. We rarely consider documents longer than 20 pages. Group pricing and multiple-booking discounts may be available. Method of payment is typically electronic, but for some consultants may also be by check, and payment is usually expected in order to book a session.

Please do not make any transaction until we have responded to you with specific terms and payment instructions.

My own expertise is in: cosmology, quantum mechanics, general and special relativity, quantum gravity, unification and the theory of everything, particle physics, and general questions about academia. On my team are also experts on: quantum foundations, astrophysics, string theory, and other subjects related to chemistry and laser optics. I am sure we have you covered. All of us have a PhD in physics or physical chemistry and many years of research experience. There is no guarantee that a specific consultant will be available at any given time.

We do not:
  • counsel students for homework assignments or candidacy exam questions.
  • write research papers for or with you
  • make public contributions to your blog or website
  • give medical advice