Updated: 2023-Feb-04 15:36 UTC. Entries: 20. Based on tweets of Mathematicians on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Mathematicians' tweets from past 7 days most retweeted *per follower*:

1. One retweet per 53 followers:

Maybe we should have thought about that before letting millions of people to become ill with long covid?

— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) January 28, 2023

Does he really think it's a choice for the people who are off work long-term sick? pic.twitter.com/BCvGs2BHk7

2. One retweet per 64 followers:

"Most theorems in #mathematics are named after mathematicians who are French or German men"

— Angela Tabiri, PhD (@angela_tabiri) January 31, 2023

How can we #decolonise mathematics to make maths curricula more inclusive?@kofi_adotey, myself and others share some thoughts on this:https://t.co/VCrxqNh6sl@NatureCareers

3. One retweet per 67 followers:

Lebesgue spaces? Do you mean Lesbian spaces?

— what is this behavior (@djmansib) January 31, 2023

4. One retweet per 77 followers:

OMG the book by @flavordynamics just arrived!! Itβs so pretty!! Thank you thank you Max for allowing me to be part of it with my little drawings π pic.twitter.com/OYr1FVFLuD

— Constanza Rojas-Molina (@Coni777) January 30, 2023

5. One retweet per 94 followers:

πππ» https://t.co/5kAi7VPCN4 pic.twitter.com/MGeLNGJwU1

— π» Tien π·οΈ-move Chih π» (@TienChihMath) January 31, 2023

6. One retweet per 100 followers:

me and who?? pic.twitter.com/hGlsV65BS9

— frobunnius (@frobunnius) February 1, 2023

7. One retweet per 113 followers:

Do you talk math with your kids? Try this:

— Οle Ormsby (@MotivicKyle) February 2, 2023

Make your own connect-the-dots and color in the enclosed regions (βZonesβ). Count the Dots, Lines*, Zones, and Parts**.

*Lines are (squiggly?) connections bw Dots. (No crossing!)

**Parts are connected groups of Dots and Lines. 1/4 pic.twitter.com/IHLdA4GDyq

8. One retweet per 116 followers:

I still find it amazing that you can rock up and pay for a flu jab, but there is no similar provisions for the covid vaccine, despite the fact we know so much about the potential consequences of covid infection.

— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) January 28, 2023

To me this is just bonkers.

9. One retweet per 116 followers:

probably the most important page on the internet https://t.co/6FPBst5JhD

— Ξ£^β Brendan (@grassmannian) January 29, 2023

10. One retweet per 118 followers:

With the help of a wonderful team @WIRED, I recently had the chance to try to explain how mathematicians think about infinity at five levels of increasing complexity. You can see our conversations at the link below: https://t.co/xMhiEED1yG

— Emily Riehl (@emilyriehl) January 31, 2023

11. One retweet per 119 followers:

Sometimes you want to see the Cayley table for S3 being completed using perm. diagrams... so you automate it (did this take too much time that I didn't need to spend right now... yes). Now it just needs a soundtrack. Any suggestions? #math #grouptheory @manim_community pic.twitter.com/Uo2TTcRn0f

— Tom Edgar (@TedG) February 1, 2023

12. One retweet per 122 followers:

why did i major in math i hate it so much lmao

— what is this behavior (@djmansib) January 28, 2023

13. One retweet per 131 followers:

People donβt celebrate new theorems like they used to pic.twitter.com/lKGN2B4tkG

— Jay Cummings (@LongFormMath) February 3, 2023

14. One retweet per 138 followers:

lettuce consumer asmr by Cujo and Lula pic.twitter.com/z1aAVghEda

— frobunnius (@frobunnius) January 28, 2023

15. One retweet per 142 followers:

Australia needs to choose someone new to be on their currency. I think the choice is obvious. https://t.co/LFlD6cxbEx pic.twitter.com/43rMeYemcV

— Jay Cummings (@LongFormMath) February 2, 2023

16. One retweet per 147 followers:

ouffffffff the shapes pic.twitter.com/vxwvKZQcdC

— frobunnius (@frobunnius) February 3, 2023

17. One retweet per 158 followers:

Opportunity for researchers (with PhD) to visit Australia to work in the Mathematical Sciences (broadly defined) and establish collaborations.

— Eduardo G. Altmann (@EduardoGAltmann) February 1, 2023

Visits of 4+ weeks in 2024, to @SydMathInst + any other institution.

Deadline Feb 21, DM/E-mail if interested.https://t.co/VKuVGKzOG4

18. One retweet per 169 followers:

Hot take: The two most important facts about group actions are (1) the orbit-stabilizer theorem (πΊπ₯ β πΊ/πΊβ) and (2) that the equivariant automorphisms of a transitive πΊ-set with isotropy conjugacy class (π») is the normalizer of π» mod π».

— Οle Ormsby (@MotivicKyle) January 30, 2023

19. One retweet per 172 followers:

Here is some important advice that I received from senior researchers when I was a postdoc. pic.twitter.com/eaELOFmgXC

— Mason Porter (@masonporter) February 3, 2023

20. One retweet per 195 followers:

MY BABIES!!!! (look close to see π Lula the lurkin lagomorph) pic.twitter.com/wbog216lfl

— frobunnius (@frobunnius) January 30, 2023