>>11505381>Because physicists are intelligentsource required

> mathematicians don't see mathematical phsyicists as mathematiciansthis is straight up false though. Mathematical physicists:

1) by in large are employed in the math departments

2) publish in mathematical physics journals, which are written in proposition-proof-lemma style of regular mathematics papers.

This idea that mathematical physicists aren't mathematicians shows you're legitimately full of shit. The most meaningful difference between theoretical physics and mathematical physics comes down to the departments and rigor in which they are studied - and mathematical physics is absolutely the mathematically rigorous setting here.

>scientists and mathematicians are comfortable being segregated into their own disciplines because regardless myriads of mathematicians and scientists have joint appointments in various departments. I know a math professor who has a joint appointment in the aerospace engineering department. I know a physics professor who has a joint appointment in the math department. I know a CS professor who has a joint appointment in the math department.

These people, unlike your clear undergrad-tier hangups, do not give a shit about their title. They consider themselves researchers and study whatever helps them advance the topics they're interested in.

> People give social status to CSfags because they earn 6 figuresyou literally think muh software devs and engies are CSfags? You legitimately have zero idea about what you're criticizing. CS researchers in PhD programs have the same process as mathfags and physicsfags - that is, paper crunch and low salaries.

> the average person knows so little physics and math that any semblance of technical prowess and computer savvy is considered valuable to the publicYou're as stupid as the masses if CS to you is codemonkeying and 'computer prowess'