Physicists' Recent Top Links

Updated: 2020-Jan-29 14:03 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 24 followers (average):

Even without context, it blows my mind that government #FreedomofInformation requests are adjudicated by senior advisers to the politicians in question rather than an independent third party in government. #auspolhttps://t.co/nVx6YdCyQo

— Michael J. Biercuk (@MJBiercuk) January 20, 2020

2. One retweet per 48 followers (average):

To make my research more reproducible, extensible and comparable to that of others & out of need to homogenize the language we use to express nn pruning methods, I contributed `nn.utils.prune` to #PyTorch 1.4 (see highlights https://t.co/DtL9kzwcMJ)

Try it out & build on it! ๐Ÿ”ฅ https://t.co/iZQp5bYzHm pic.twitter.com/NqURm90B0E

— Michela Paganini (@WonderMicky) January 17, 2020

3. One retweet per 50 followers (average):

There is one junior postdocย positionย available to work at the Universitat de Barcelona Institute of Complex Systems (UBICS)
in the project โ€œNonlinear dynamics in complex multilayer networks under uncertainty (NETUND)โ€. More info: https://t.co/odGHhqGezv

— Albert Diaz-Guilera (@anduviera) January 20, 2020

4. One retweet per 51 followers (average):

Today is the first day of the first Globe at Night campaign of 2020! Please take 5 minutes to help us to track how skyglow is changing worldwide: https://t.co/rzN0E1vxH4 pic.twitter.com/xRBazwkszM

— Christopher Kyba (@skyglowberlin) January 16, 2020

5. One retweet per 53 followers (average):

IPCC predictions are unfortunately quite accurate https://t.co/BLi6E01h0E

— Brian P Schmidt (@cosmicpinot) January 18, 2020

6. One retweet per 74 followers (average):

https://t.co/Lkcajx1UHA pic.twitter.com/OIgneD7EDo

— Didier Queloz (@DidierQueloz) January 21, 2020

7. One retweet per 77 followers (average):

This is very exciting: Has physicist's gravity theory solved 'impossible' dark energy riddle? https://t.co/5SOc1ekWoG

— Physgal ๐Ÿ‡จ๐Ÿ‡ฆ (@SJDJ) January 26, 2020

8. One retweet per 94 followers (average):

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Looking for an enthusiastic theoretical physics student to help unveil the mysteries of the universe with #LQG. #Coding and #philosophy geeks welcome. We offer an inclusive, stimulating, interdisciplinary environment. pic.twitter.com/GgFifx3tAR

— Francesca Vidotto (@FrancesVidotto) January 24, 2020

9. One retweet per 95 followers (average):

The most popular philosophy articles of 2019 published in OUP journals are free to download: https://t.co/AJRiSasDNv

— Ryan Reece (@RyanDavidReece) January 23, 2020

10. One retweet per 98 followers (average):

I've hit 4444 followers, which means that it is time for a thread on Fourier Transforms!

๐Ÿ–ผ๏ธ: https://t.co/F92nEjacU1 pic.twitter.com/m3PruSMUiv

— Christopher Berry (@cplberry) January 26, 2020

11. One retweet per 101 followers (average):

Climate change is real and caused by humans. There is no good-faith argument to the contrary. https://t.co/slrCS1VNiY

— Robert McNees (@mcnees) January 15, 2020

12. One retweet per 106 followers (average):

Are you interested in dark energy and modifications of gravity? Two postdoc positions available to work with me on these topics:https://t.co/3j6FeiQZLA

— Clare Burrage (@ClareBurrage) January 27, 2020

13. One retweet per 108 followers (average):

Elon Musk, SpaceX Unveil Latest Starlink Plans, Creating An Astronomical Emergency by @StartsWithABang in @startswithabang https://t.co/SFHpEBwV9O

— Didier Queloz (@DidierQueloz) January 20, 2020

14. One retweet per 109 followers (average):

Berkeley Earth movie showing the history of global warming from 1850 to 2019.

2019 was the second warmest year since direct measurements began.https://t.co/eRAjUn7kRT pic.twitter.com/xUogJd0sHB

— Robert Rohde (@RARohde) January 15, 2020

15. One retweet per 115 followers (average):

DELIVERY OF CHONDRITIC MATERIALS, INCLUDING CARBON AND WATER BY ASTEROIDS might have promoted the appearance of life, not only on Earth, but even in Mars and other Solar System bodies. To answer this key question is one of our goals at @iSpaceSci https://t.co/um6Y51yRll

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— Dr. Josep M. Trigo (@Josep_Trigo) January 28, 2020

16. One retweet per 134 followers (average):

Unfortunately countries on our risk ranking (top 25) are experiencing importations of nCOV cases one after the other.https://t.co/Ea0DmZO66mhttps://t.co/4wsf31qW8O pic.twitter.com/1TuCVCF5ga

— Alessandro Vespignani (@alexvespi) January 25, 2020

17. One retweet per 148 followers (average):

slides for my #NetSciX2020 talk today:https://t.co/GOebPh3F55

— Petter Holme (@pholme) January 21, 2020

18. One retweet per 160 followers (average):

This is so beautifully and compellingly stated, you almost wouldn't notice that it is mostly horseshit.

— Will Kinney (@WKCosmo) January 16, 2020

19. One retweet per 179 followers (average):

A Kerr Black Hole is an uncharged black hole, which rotates about a central axis

This animation shows how spacetime is distorted around a Kerr black hole by surrounding it with 3D grid

ยฉhttps://t.co/ZS5GFi46sK pic.twitter.com/QR3HY9ugJc

— ใ€ˆ Berger | Dillon ใ€‰ (@InertialObservr) January 16, 2020

20. One retweet per 180 followers (average):

There a number a open PhD positions at @UniofExeter, including some to work with me ๐Ÿ™‚

— Jacopo Bertolotti (@j_bertolotti) January 23, 2020