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El sobrecogedor rugido del lince pic.twitter.com/GYE0mmLzGp— Lucía García (@shedka) July 22, 2017
It is mind-boggling to think of how many wombats needed to be bitten on the butt for evolution to bring us to this point. https://t.co/MsXME4hLoQ— skullsinthestars (@drskyskull) July 21, 2017
Fibonacci numbers on a tall house in #Gothenburg pic.twitter.com/KFyXL9jCJR— Laura Baudis (@lbaudis) July 20, 2017
Backstage w/@ChiliPeppers @GuitaristJosh @PaleoFestival:— James Beacham (@jbbeacham) July 22, 2017
Josh: What's that shirt?
Me: Higgs boson.
J: *wears shirt onstage*
Photos @ncaraban pic.twitter.com/d95RCiqh8H
Can we fight science #irreproducibility crisis? Yes, using trustless & transparent #Blockchain-like mechanisms. https://t.co/YuMa7ESI9r pic.twitter.com/UvjPvBjqJH— Manlio De Domenico (@manlius84) July 21, 2017
Sabes que hace calor cuando los patos empiezan a derretirse. pic.twitter.com/50ITgA6XBK— Lucía García (@shedka) July 22, 2017
Romero's first job was shooting a segment for "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood." He said Fred Rogers really enjoyed NOTLD.https://t.co/XJVzuKSXVS— Robert McNees (@mcnees) July 16, 2017
I respond to Lord Adonis' claim that academics don't work hard enough over the summer https://t.co/zAKJejddF7— Athene Donald (@AtheneDonald) July 17, 2017
Water is naturally radioactive, all surfers are riding radioactive waves. The surfers are also naturally radioactive. https://t.co/HCf9yCV7dM— Jeff Terry (@nuclear94) July 16, 2017
A remembrance of Maryam Mirzakhani and her life in mathematics:https://t.co/MO1etz8N9t pic.twitter.com/xJ1wDgz7lP— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) July 17, 2017
Earth isn't a planet, Pluto-Charon are a binary dwarf planet system, & Jupiter is a failed star.— Mika McKinnon (@mikamckinnon) July 18, 2017
We lie a lot in school. It's easier.
There are 10 kinds of matter. Amazingly, 8 are connected to the real numbers, and 2 to the complex numbers: https://t.co/m7zIeBPHrU pic.twitter.com/y6DQOYDmL1— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) July 22, 2017
#crystallography #emojis— Helen Maynard-Casely (@Helen_E_MC) July 19, 2017
Academic funding is sick. It's not about how good your research is but how popular it is with your peers. https://t.co/UtbjWdLICr— Sabine Hossenfelder (@skdh) July 20, 2017
Unexpected consequences of oversimplifying grade school genetics classes: https://t.co/lIdanxkphP— Mika McKinnon (@mikamckinnon) July 18, 2017
Outreach and public engagement needs to be recognized as working hours for scientists. Can't expect it to be very effective as a "hobby". https://t.co/XJdpZsFppY— Lewis MacKenzie (@LEMacKz) July 17, 2017
Mention/Follow relationships and topical homophily in online social systems, our new work is now available at https://t.co/LfEbkzF22Q pic.twitter.com/tZVrnLlk2t— Yamir Moreno (@cosnet_bifi) July 21, 2017
Don't rely on science if you want clear-cut simple rules. Real life is messy with interdependent chaotic systems we don't really understand.— Mika McKinnon (@mikamckinnon) July 18, 2017
Q: Wait, the Earth isn't a planet??— Mika McKinnon (@mikamckinnon) July 18, 2017
A: Surprise! We haven't cleared our orbit of other crap, thus fail 1 of 4 criteria for planethood.
👇👇👇!!!— Nathalie Ouellette (@AngryAstroPanda) July 19, 2017
I have seen the struggles my mother (and other family members) has faced. Lack of Southeast Asian representation in STEM is real!!! https://t.co/asmBvThyks