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The term “mathematical physics” is [sometimes] used to denote research aimed at studying and solving problems in physics or thought experiments within a mathematically rigorous framework. In this sense, mathematical physics covers a very broad academic realm distinguished only by the blending of some mathematical aspect and physics theoretical aspect. Although related to theoretical physics, mathematical physics in this sense emphasizes the mathematical rigour of the similar type as found in mathematics.

On the other hand, theoretical physics emphasizes the links to observations and experimental physics, which often requires theoretical physicists [(and mathematical physicists in the more general sense)] to use heuristic, intuitive, and approximate arguments. Such arguments are not considered rigorous by mathematicians.

Such mathematical physicists primarily expand and elucidate physical theories. Because of the required level of mathematical rigour, these researchers often deal with questions that theoretical physicists have considered to be already solved. However, they can sometimes show that the previous solution was incomplete, incorrect, or simply too naïve.

adapted from Wikipedia

If you use use heuristic, intuitive, and approximate arguments in your research then you are better accommodated by other platforms provided by the traditional journals, arXiv, ResearchGateAcademia , SSRN, viXra, or Progress in Physics among other.

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