I use blender to illustrate and demonstrate physics and optics, and it's incredibly useful. Blender + Python is a winning combination for science.
I'd like to ask several questions, and they involve math. Here is a question where I would have used MathJax for example. Instead I posted a screenshot from another Stackexchange site where I could use it.
The natural language for mathematics is not ASCII, it's equations, and MathJax support in many Stackexchange sites is widely used and appreciated. This MathJax in Stackexchange tutorial is helpful, but you can just edit any question or answer with an existing equation to see how it works.
If I understand correctly, if MathJax is turned on in a given Stackexchange site, it doesn't actually affect the user experience unless viewing a question/answer that requires it - it doesn't download until needed. But I am not sure about this. Is this true?
What would be needed to build a consensus that activating MathJax support for this Stackexchange site is a good idea? Are there any down sides?