replaced http://physics.stackexchange.com/ with https://physics.stackexchange.com/
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Jeff has stated that MathJax is so large a chunk of javascript that it will only be made available on sites like math and physicsphysics where is is necessary. For instance we have definitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax support.

Jeff has stated that MathJax is so large a chunk of javascript that it will only be made available on sites like math and physics where is is necessary. For instance we have definitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax support.

Jeff has stated that MathJax is so large a chunk of javascript that it will only be made available on sites like math and physics where is is necessary. For instance we have definitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax support.

replaced http://math.stackexchange.com/ with https://math.stackexchange.com/
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Jeff has stated that MathJax is so large a chunk of javascript that it will only be made available on sites like mathmath and physics where is is necessary. For instance we have definitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax support.

Jeff has stated that MathJax is so large a chunk of javascript that it will only be made available on sites like math and physics where is is necessary. For instance we have definitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax support.

Jeff has stated that MathJax is so large a chunk of javascript that it will only be made available on sites like math and physics where is is necessary. For instance we have definitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax support.

replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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Jeff has stated that MathJax is so large a chunk of javascript that it will only be made available on sites like math and physics where is is necessary. For instance we have definitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax supportdefinitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax support.

Jeff has stated that MathJax is so large a chunk of javascript that it will only be made available on sites like math and physics where is is necessary. For instance we have definitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax support.

Jeff has stated that MathJax is so large a chunk of javascript that it will only be made available on sites like math and physics where is is necessary. For instance we have definitive word that Stack Overflow will not get MathJax support.

Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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