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Physicists' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2017-Mar-22 12:35 UTC. Listed tweets: 20. Based on tweets of Physicists on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Links in tweets originated by physicists in the past 14 days, ordered by retweets-per-follower averaged over each tweet of the link. Below, each link is presented in the context of the particular tweet with the highest retweets per follower.

1. One retweet per 15 followers (average):

Reminder: never make fun of someone who is learning something new. https://t.co/rt7HNcJH50 pic.twitter.com/lEMqHOQagi

— Katie Mack (@AstroKatie) March 19, 2017

2. One retweet per 44 followers (average):

Why complexity is different, on medium https://t.co/8aV4O1Oln6

— Yaneer Bar-Yam (@yaneerbaryam) March 16, 2017

3. One retweet per 46 followers (average):

The new @LIGO Magazine is out today, get your free (online) copy at: https://t.co/evI8VR2sei#MyUoBDay pic.twitter.com/gS020K0rxV

— Andreas Freise (@gwoptics) March 15, 2017

4. One retweet per 53 followers (average):

Announcing Distill https://t.co/HpT1lNy295, a new interactive, visual
journal for machine learning research. Detailshttps://t.co/tv0pMIpeZ9

— michael_nielsen (@michael_nielsen) March 20, 2017

5. One retweet per 53 followers (average):

Announcing Distill https://t.co/HpT1lNy295, a new interactive, visual
journal for machine learning research. Detailshttps://t.co/tv0pMIpeZ9

— michael_nielsen (@michael_nielsen) March 20, 2017

6. One retweet per 55 followers (average):

Physicists Have Found a Metal That Conducts Electricity but Not Heat https://t.co/5bhOZkMNRs via @ScienceAlert

— Jeff Terry (@nuclear94) March 12, 2017

7. One retweet per 60 followers (average):

Our paper on modeling Contagion & Repeated Activation in Social Networks is out: https://t.co/AHKVq9cpSQ w @sgonzalezbailon @BorgeHolthoefer pic.twitter.com/mtIMZUn1GP

— Yamir Moreno (@cosnet_bifi) March 14, 2017

8. One retweet per 74 followers (average):

.@Fermilab's founding director, Bob Wilson, on Art, Literature, and Science, 17 April 1969 https://t.co/cl4nggvLN3 pic.twitter.com/saWjyy1Sha

— Chris Quigg (@chrisquigg) March 16, 2017

9. One retweet per 74 followers (average):

Why it is not true that the top 1% of UK earners pay 27% of tax in the country: https://t.co/fGQjJHlCeE

— Graham Farmelo (@grahamfarmelo) March 11, 2017

10. One retweet per 81 followers (average):

Heritability of cognitive ability, height, BMI, years of education, all in one graph. https://t.co/WyD9Xle5UB pic.twitter.com/85jPInhTr9

— steve hsu (@hsu_steve) March 21, 2017

11. One retweet per 93 followers (average):

This is the *head of the EPA* lying to you about a point that the scientific community overwhelmingly agrees on.https://t.co/FFw8WZZHvh

— Robert McNees (@mcnees) March 9, 2017

12. One retweet per 96 followers (average):

New arxiv~~

Ranking influential spreaders is an ill-defined problemhttps://t.co/5RJ1dkl1ww πŸ“

— Petter Holme (@pholme) March 17, 2017

13. One retweet per 106 followers (average):

"growth in political polarization .. largest for .. demographic groups least likely to use internet & social media" https://t.co/qsqytApr2T

— robin hanson (@robinhanson) March 20, 2017

14. One retweet per 113 followers (average):

Horrifying story from diver who saw the Great Barrier Reef "die last weekend, and wept" https://t.co/Zdf2QmKRJn#climate #climatechange

— Paul Beckwith (@PaulHBeckwith) March 12, 2017

15. One retweet per 115 followers (average):

@TristanACooper it's this guy! https://t.co/YOYumYdHz9

— Ben Tippett (@bnprime) March 12, 2017

16. One retweet per 115 followers (average):

Beautiful new H->ZZ @CMSexperiment @_Moriond_ https://t.co/tahlfoCtvK pic.twitter.com/MxphNcXzEP

— Tristan du Pree 🌐 (@Tristan_duPree) March 19, 2017

17. One retweet per 124 followers (average):

Trump's new budget is the greatest attack on science and the humanities of our lifetime. https://t.co/cusCM32bpZ

— Robert McNees (@mcnees) March 16, 2017

18. One retweet per 127 followers (average):

Dalton Conley: The Bell Curve Revisited and The Genome Factor https://t.co/nZdFyvVeFb

— steve hsu (@hsu_steve) March 12, 2017

19. One retweet per 130 followers (average):

"We helped pay for your degree and you’re doing what on the internet?”@thephysicsgirl on YouTubing science: https://t.co/dxRzmFbj57

— TrueSciPhi (@TrueSciPhi) March 16, 2017

20. One retweet per 141 followers (average):

New paper https://t.co/Ac8lI6NMMd by @DanielWhiteson @peterjsadowski et al use our adversarial training procedure https://t.co/S9sHpg9ujC pic.twitter.com/uT3IT6Yhfw

— Kyle Cranmer (@KyleCranmer) March 13, 2017