I'm a physics & mathematics student, and while doing mathematics regarding a physical theory, I'm trying to be rigorous as if I'm doing pure mathematics, and I'm an active user in this site.
However, whenever I have some question about physics, if I asked in physics.SE, I might or might not get an answer, and if I get, I will take some time. Plus, the number of users who will provide me an answer with a rigorous mathematics is really low as far as I see, so even I get an answer at some point, it might not be helpful (This is a general problem between me and my professors also).
However, if I ask in here on math.SE, the concept might not be generally known, so I need to provide lots of references for the concepts, and explain them. Plus, even if I do that, the question still might be closed because its if off-topic. Moreover, the answer at some point might contain experimental results, so asking directly in here might be problematic. Addition to that, after all if this is a physics question, you also want to learn what those mathematical results physically imply, so...
This is the general dilemma almost every time I have a physics question.
First of all, do you have any suggesting about what can I do ?
Secondly, I was thinking asking the question in one site, and opening a question in the other site for referencing that question, so that both "parties" can take a look to the question and maybe together they can provide a good answer from both physical and mathematical point of view.