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Physicists' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2019-Mar-24 14:25 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 19 followers (average):

Exciting news! @LHCbExperiment is announcing the observation of CP violation in charm decays. https://t.co/rehjfHPc72 What does that mean? A somewhat long thread.

— Patrick Koppenburg (@PKoppenburg) March 21, 2019

2. One retweet per 23 followers (average):

Intriguing: improved determination of the Hubble constant (H0) from Hubble Space Telescope observations of Cepheids in the Large Magellanic Cloud, brings discrepancy with Planck CMB+LCDM inferred value to 4.4 sigma! https://t.co/T80dGucRjU pic.twitter.com/zf4Nw4sRni

— Gianfranco Bertone (@gfbertone) March 19, 2019

3. One retweet per 36 followers (average):

I am offering a position that combines science communication and research, with a strong #CitizenScience component, as well as working closely with municipal partners.

Please share the link to help me find a new colleague to join me at @GFZ_Potsdam!

👉🏾 https://t.co/EQq6BfbIBx pic.twitter.com/TnEBVA2Tuw

— Christopher Kyba (@skyglowberlin) March 21, 2019

4. One retweet per 55 followers (average):

Happy to see our review article “Multilayer Networks in a Nutshell" (w/ @SrAleta) just published @AnnualReviews: https://t.co/lgzKluwlDm. Here we provided a summary of the main results reported so far for the structure and the dynamics of #multilayer #networks. pic.twitter.com/sPYlovJ7SD

— Yamir Moreno (@cosnet_bifi) March 21, 2019

5. One retweet per 67 followers (average):

Because sometimes you need a real editor: @code on @mybinderteam https://t.co/eunGpqNSvV (a first demo) pic.twitter.com/0qJLmdHtMl

— Tim Head (@betatim) March 14, 2019

6. One retweet per 72 followers (average):

BR: Meus seguidores do Brasil; é com muita honra e profunda humildade que passo a vocês essa notícia maravilhosa. Assista ao vídeo para conferir. E bem no dia do meu 60o. aniversário! O trabalho está só começando. https://t.co/Zf5MdUYTve

— Marcelo Gleiser (@MGleiser) March 19, 2019

7. One retweet per 73 followers (average):

Study shows IPCC is underselling climate change

We are in a global climate emergency, and we must call a spade a spade....https://t.co/sWQaxLO2Ug via @physorg_com

— Paul Beckwith (@PaulHBeckwith) March 20, 2019

8. One retweet per 78 followers (average):

No physicists did not "reverse time." The more accurate but boring-sounding truth is that systems can return (with a certain probability) into a configuration they had at an earlier time. It's the process that reverses, not time.#StopHypehttps://t.co/PvpV6rFgBP

— Sabine Hossenfelder (@skdh) March 14, 2019

9. One retweet per 85 followers (average):

how to help as a bystander witnessing Islamophobic harassment, by Maeril: https://t.co/9DTCIq8Vss (version with more words: https://t.co/okIu4KOoAM) pic.twitter.com/0Exl5Vvc1K

— binary smasher (@kiwinerd) March 16, 2019

10. One retweet per 85 followers (average):

how to help as a bystander witnessing Islamophobic harassment, by Maeril: https://t.co/9DTCIq8Vss (version with more words: https://t.co/okIu4KOoAM) pic.twitter.com/0Exl5Vvc1K

— binary smasher (@kiwinerd) March 16, 2019

11. One retweet per 88 followers (average):

So this is humbling - I'm interviewed in @Newsweek this week, profiled on combatting pseudoscience & misinformation. Very kind, but want to clarify there's many of us fighting this fight together - I'm just one element https://t.co/FaJYqXctvh

— David Robert Grimes (@drg1985) March 11, 2019

12. One retweet per 90 followers (average):

Light emissions from the border of India and Pakistan from 1992-1999. #LightTrends https://t.co/b7k7DIAE1X pic.twitter.com/rBBXjnYyxo

— Christopher Kyba (@skyglowberlin) March 11, 2019

13. One retweet per 94 followers (average):

combined, two crowdfunds for families of the Christchurch mass murder victims have now raised over four million dollars, from over sixty-six thousand contributors. ❤️ https://t.co/6aGzuHCCa7https://t.co/qbfIEmpMMS pic.twitter.com/f3bnVDF5nb

— binary smasher (@kiwinerd) March 16, 2019

14. One retweet per 97 followers (average):

OMG I JUST DIED
"This poem is for all the men
Who have sacrificed their time
To explain my research to me."https://t.co/Q5RepV24Ly

— Chanda Prescod-Weinstein 🙅🏽‍♀️ 🇧🇧🌈 (@IBJIYONGI) March 11, 2019

15. One retweet per 98 followers (average):

Should’ve put a ‘spoiler’ warning above this prediction https://t.co/i4NjFhgyJ1

— Tristan du Pree (@Tristan_duPree) March 20, 2019

16. One retweet per 101 followers (average):

I am happy to announce that the newly designed webpage of the Network Science Society is now live! We have added new functionalities to the web that will allow more interactions among members of our Society. More info soon. https://t.co/ncs8n5wVab pic.twitter.com/AkTGGt7Jj1

— Yamir Moreno (@cosnet_bifi) March 13, 2019

17. One retweet per 105 followers (average):

Protons never cease to amaze us: https://t.co/dvNWe1DmZq pic.twitter.com/j51gKQi1c3

— Laura Baudis (@lbaudis) March 18, 2019

18. One retweet per 109 followers (average):

It’s hard to see how the ⁦@nytimes⁩ could write about misogyny and not mention ⁦@kate_manne⁩ & “Down Girl”. Seriously. https://t.co/ExfoyWxohM

— Tim McKay (@TimMcKayUM) March 12, 2019

19. One retweet per 111 followers (average):

"We present here a new #MachineLearning method that accelerates the interpretation of LHC data, by learning the relationship between theory parameters and data." Congrats M. Deisenroth @mpd37, J. S. Kim, @sebastianliem, R. R. de Austri & @wellingmax https://t.co/dE0tuIv31k pic.twitter.com/qhTHmZq9UR

— Gianfranco Bertone (@gfbertone) March 18, 2019

20. One retweet per 121 followers (average):

The astronomer Caroline Herschel, who discovered and catalogued comets, stars, and nebulae, was born #OTD in 1750. Along with Mary Somerville she was the first woman elected to the Royal Astronomical Society.
Image: Artist unknown (https://t.co/qkxRM1QGTi) pic.twitter.com/F47Dr2y4d8

— Robert McNees (@mcnees) March 16, 2019