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Mathematicians' Recent Top Tweets

Updated: 2021-Apr-18 14:17 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 23 followers:

SCHOOLS.

Here are two charts that show cases per 100K across different age groups in England with indicators of when schools re-opened and closed for the Easter Holidays.

I'll let you draw your own conclusions. pic.twitter.com/OCw1xnTHJC

— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) April 16, 2021

2. One retweet per 31 followers:

A reminder as we open up a little more today:

If you fully enclose an outdoor space it becomes an indoor space.

— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) April 12, 2021

3. One retweet per 38 followers:

En Uruguay hay filas de gente concurriendo a ollas populares para poder comer. Y hay senadores de la República faltándole el respeto a este hecho. Diciendo que eso no es hambre.
Un mínimo de decencia les pido.

— Jana Rodriguez Hertz 汉娜 (@janarhertz) April 15, 2021

4. One retweet per 43 followers:

More than 375K full-text downloads from the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics! Have you read it? https://t.co/hBOqjKt5GZ #openaccess #math #humanisticmath #mathpoetry #mathfiction #mathishuman #mathart

— Gizem Karaali (@GizemKaraali_) April 14, 2021

5. One retweet per 57 followers:

A rainbow of birds is flying in a hyperbolic manifold. Each one flies in a straight line, and initially, they form a tight single file. However, because of numerical precision errors, they quickly end up flying all over the place. #mathart (1/3) pic.twitter.com/i2zJ6KFScK

— Zeno Rogue (@ZenoRogue) April 17, 2021

6. One retweet per 61 followers:

At the end of a recent online lecture, mathematician Giles Gardam dropped a bombshell: an 80-year-old conjecture about multiplicative inverses is false. My latest for @QuantaMagazine https://t.co/2WCAKIuhtg

— Erica Klarreich (@EricaKlarreich) April 12, 2021

7. One retweet per 67 followers:

I'm a big fan of Tom Leinster's expository writings and just learned he's written 100+ pages of notes on Galois Theory for undergrads—lovely! https://t.co/jNvYvyCECe pic.twitter.com/vo6CQjzsjk

— Tai-Danae Bradley (@math3ma) April 14, 2021

8. One retweet per 68 followers:

I’m not sure how denying the possibility of independent scrutiny of scientific advice provided to the government “respects” the Duke of Edinburgh.https://t.co/1neKooWrS6

— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) April 16, 2021

9. One retweet per 70 followers:

Continuous line drawing. #TSPArt #mathart #orms

An "opti-meme".

The point set has 50,000 points. I obtained the tour with the Concorde TSP Solver's implementation of the
Lin-Kernighan heuristic, and I varied the edge thicknesses to heighten the contrast. pic.twitter.com/ivYmIOQpV9

— Robert (Bob) Bosch (@baabbaash) April 11, 2021

10. One retweet per 70 followers:

How, in 2021, is it still acceptable to be pumping raw sewage into our rivers?https://t.co/Ciyuwb20uv

— Kit Yates (@Kit_Yates_Maths) April 13, 2021

11. One retweet per 73 followers:

Ambedkarite Activist, Actor Vira Sathidar Passes Away Due to COVID-19 https://t.co/IcaFHcYsFz

— Anand (@anandavardhanan) April 13, 2021

12. One retweet per 74 followers:

Why did the Greeks want to trisect an angle anyway? Find out in my new article: https://t.co/oAZ9q5gTtY

— Viktor Blåsjö (@viktorblasjo) April 16, 2021

13. One retweet per 84 followers:

Idea: A math conference/workshop where people teach/present non-math skills very relevant to being a mathematician (e.g. building a website, inkscape, math twitter selfie tips, etc...).

— Juliette Bruce (@JulietteBruce12) April 12, 2021

14. One retweet per 90 followers:

For Euler's birthday (4.15.1707), a solution to the Königsberg Bridge Problem. (If you zoom in, you'll see that the graph is connected and that every one of its vertices has even degree.) pic.twitter.com/dCWxblWVev

— Robert (Bob) Bosch (@baabbaash) April 15, 2021

15. One retweet per 91 followers:

@minoritymath is hosting a workshop! Registration is open and spots are limited. More info at https://t.co/HJIzdaMDuY pic.twitter.com/PV1T3Oo3AJ

— Pamela E. Harris, PhD (@DPeharris) April 14, 2021

16. One retweet per 91 followers:

Today's mantra: It doesn't have to be perfect. It just needs to be done.

— Pamela E. Harris, PhD (@DPeharris) April 15, 2021

17. One retweet per 92 followers:

wife: how’s the math going?
me: ok, still confused about some stuff
wife: it’s going to be like that for the rest of your life though, right?

— Daniel Litt (@littmath) April 17, 2021

18. One retweet per 96 followers:

"Mathematics Beyond Secrecy and Surveillance"https://t.co/bmvnhkXfVd

— Dr. Marissa Kawehi (@MarissaKawehi) April 15, 2021

19. One retweet per 99 followers:

Check this out! pic.twitter.com/0y4oLHgNXe

— Tamás Görbe (@TamasGorbe) April 14, 2021

20. One retweet per 101 followers:

A research university without mathematics or physics? https://t.co/auuj5NQjd9 via @CTVNorthernNews

— Alejandro Adem (@alejandroadem) April 12, 2021