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Mathematicians' Recent Top Tweets

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?

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

— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) January 28, 2023

2. One retweet per 64 followers:

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

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

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

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!! It’s so pretty!! Thank you thank you Max for allowing me to be part of it with my little drawings πŸ’• pic.twitter.com/OYr1FVFLuD

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

5. One retweet per 94 followers:

πŸ‘€πŸ‘πŸ» https://t.co/5kAi7VPCN4 pic.twitter.com/MGeLNGJwU1

— πŸ‘» Tien πŸ•·οΈ-move Chih πŸ‘» (@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:

Make your own connect-the-dots and color in the enclosed regions (β€œZones”). 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

— Ο‡le Ormsby (@MotivicKyle) February 2, 2023

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.

To me this is just bonkers.

— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) January 28, 2023

9. One retweet per 116 followers:

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

— Ξ£^∞ 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 don’t 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.

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

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

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

18. One retweet per 169 followers:

Hot take: The two most important facts about group actions are (1) the orbit-stabilizer theorem (𝐺π‘₯ β‰… 𝐺/𝐺ₓ) and (2) that the equivariant automorphisms of a transitive 𝐺-set with isotropy conjugacy class (𝐻) is the normalizer of 𝐻 mod 𝐻.

— Ο‡le 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 πŸ‘€ Lula the lurkin lagomorph) pic.twitter.com/wbog216lfl

— frobunnius (@frobunnius) January 30, 2023