This is my first post on the meta, please, be considerate to me if I'm not yet using it correctly. I have already asked a serious of questions on this SE section about an emerging field of chemistry I would like to call "complexity chemistry" (this is how I call it, not what its name actually is) and found that this site and community, although professional enough to understand my questions, can't provide me with all the answers I need. The problem is you are the best site I have found on the internet so far as to professional level of actual scientists who do chemistry for a living and aren't just enthusiasts with very limited understanding of the matter. The reality is I have very challenging ideas I want to put to the scrutiny of professional chemists to see would they manage to hold under it?
I have tried various forums on the internet but my impressions from writing about that kind of stuff there are very negative. I think that internet forums are either full of enthusiasts who can't understand what you are talking about or with people trying to spread different kinds of pseudosciences to an uneducated public. This is why they seem entirely worthless to me and I had given up on them. When I found that community I too was very sceptical at the beginning due to my bad history with the internet but now I can say I have faith in the people here and I think they are professionals who understand their fields. However, my research interests seem to be a bit "off" of the model the site is promoting, so could you advice me where I can find a community of real actual researchers in chemistry on the internet where I could present my ideas and ask my questions. I will be very helpful if you could do that. Or is it that this site and community is the best there is right now on the entire Internet and I'm already in the best place possible?