Physicists' Recent Top Tweets

Updated: 2018-Mar-24 12:45 UTC. Listed tweets: 20. Based on tweets of Physicists on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Physicists' tweets from past 7 days most retweeted per follower:

1. One retweet per 15 followers:

This article is going to get widely circulated today and few people are going to talk about how Black women’s data is reported poorly. Like Black women who don’t have an income in the long term are simply not counted. https://t.co/TF1WMVKwSo

— Dr. Chanda Shuri Prescod-Weinstein🙅🏽‍♀️ 🇧🇧 (@IBJIYONGI) March 19, 2018

2. One retweet per 20 followers:

It still amazes me that academic fields, connected by co-citation, are arranged in a ring. Is there a missing "dark field" in the middle that we will find someday to connect it all together well? pic.twitter.com/LIK8a9pqXK

— Robin Hanson (@robinhanson) March 23, 2018

3. One retweet per 31 followers:

IYMI: here is @officestudents saying that *they want universities to go bust* as the sign of a healthy market. I wish I was exaggerating! #USSstrike #ucustrike #nocapitulation pic.twitter.com/UHKnyYZDrL

— Lewis MacKenzie (@LEMacKz) March 20, 2018

4. One retweet per 36 followers:

Twitter has made a huge positive impact on my life. Lots of people complain about it, so I wanted to write some notes about how I use it.

Love to hear others' strategies too.

— michael_nielsen (@michael_nielsen) March 20, 2018

5. One retweet per 39 followers:

In the stairwell of the (soon to be abandoned) theoretical physics building at Oxford. pic.twitter.com/c9V8Kp2Vp7

— Pedro G Ferreira (@PedroTGFerreira) March 19, 2018

6. One retweet per 42 followers:

I found this on the wall of a satellite electronics lab here in Toulouse today. If you’ve ever struggled to remember which is volts and which is amps, here you go! pic.twitter.com/Tt1LUykcEj

— Helen Czerski (@helenczerski) March 19, 2018

7. One retweet per 42 followers:

At a time when we need the strongest, sanest leadership the nation has seen for decades... we get this. https://t.co/xSnf4L7S2H

— Dr Heather Williams (@alrightPET) March 21, 2018

8. One retweet per 61 followers:

Can you visualise 1billion stars in a Jupyter notebook? Yes you can! (you didn't expect a different answer did you?) @maartenbreddels talks about widgets, 3D plots, large datasets, the milkyway and VR https://t.co/0UcX6IpVV2

— Tim Head (@betatim) March 20, 2018

9. One retweet per 80 followers:

Great to hear from @MomsDemand & @Bradybuzz folks right here in Irvine at @DemsofIrvine about what action is going on right now for common sense gun policy and legislation in California and in Congress. #NeverAgain #GunReform #MarchForOurLives #AssaultWeaponsBan #CA45 pic.twitter.com/HbwPtqzRFL

— Kevork N. Abazajian (@kevaba) March 18, 2018

10. One retweet per 82 followers:

When an essay titled "Nobody knows anything about China" reveals more about the country, its government and society, than too many analysis that are little more than projections of the authors' own wishful thinking.
By the inimitable @BeijingPalmer: https://t.co/qwpoRwXdkQ

— Yangyang Cheng (@yangyang_cheng) March 21, 2018

11. One retweet per 84 followers:

EXCLUSIVE: I can now reveal the who is going to be on @UniversitiesUK's "independent" panel.

The first panel member is "The Count". He has decades of actuarial and media experience, so it the ideal candidate. #USSstrike #ucustrike pic.twitter.com/66iacCsz4E

— Lewis MacKenzie (@LEMacKz) March 18, 2018

12. One retweet per 85 followers:

Man it’s almost like he can’t simultaneously protect your privacy and also have a multi-billion dollar business based on surveilling you and selling your info to anyone who can pay for it. https://t.co/ZhlbAxHNG2

— Robert McNees (@mcnees) March 21, 2018

13. One retweet per 92 followers:

In this coffee shop, you can turn the coffee into proofs even faster. pic.twitter.com/PQOGmvm7bq

— dabacon (@dabacon) March 17, 2018

14. One retweet per 95 followers:

The mathematician Emmy Noether, who made groundbreaking advances in abstract algebra and whose eponymous theorems articulated the deep connection between symmetries and conserved quantities in physics, was born #OTD in 1882.
Image: Public domain (photographer unknown) pic.twitter.com/mvzsasGllq

— Robert McNees (@mcnees) March 23, 2018

15. One retweet per 95 followers:

what if . . . we put the same amount of time and money going into self-driving ubers into affordable, accessible, sustainable public transportation

just a thought

— Dr. Chanda Shuri Prescod-Weinstein🙅🏽‍♀️ 🇧🇧 (@IBJIYONGI) March 19, 2018

16. One retweet per 98 followers:

Registration now open for TeV Particle Astrophysics, jointly organized this year in Berlin 27-31 August by @desy, @HumboldtUni, @unipotsdam and @AIP_Potsdam It promises to be a terrific event! https://t.co/Znm0EKJN6V pic.twitter.com/QmrTWjaBmL

— Gianfranco Bertone (@gfbertone) March 21, 2018

17. One retweet per 102 followers:

#Equinoccio de Marzo ocurre a las 16:15 GMT de hoy, cuando la Tierra cruza el plano ecuatorial en su órbita por lo que el hemisferio norte comienza a recibir más radiación solar que el hemisferio sur. Esto genera el inicio de la primavera (otoño) en el hemisferio norte (sur) pic.twitter.com/F6JHOfqr01

— Jorge S. Diaz (@jsdiaz_) March 20, 2018

18. One retweet per 106 followers:

Whoa, the power of STEVE continues to wow, as our @nasagoddard video (w me & @tweetaurora) is embedded in the NYT article.
Apparently that's super rare. Or maybe it was the earrings?

Steve, a Famous Northern Light, Stays Mysterious (and Keeps His Name) https://t.co/fIvfSaI8XQ

— Dr Liz MacDonald 🚀 (@spaceyliz) March 19, 2018

19. One retweet per 109 followers:

“Indiana Jones and the 39 Year Backlog of Ungraded Papers” https://t.co/tjzONXjz8f

— Robert McNees (@mcnees) March 21, 2018

20. One retweet per 111 followers:

Genetics and Group Differences: David Reich (Harvard) in NYTimes. "I am worried that well-meaning people who deny the possibility of substantial biological differences among human populations are digging themselves into an indefensible position."https://t.co/gPKenipVyt

— steve hsu (@hsu_steve) March 23, 2018