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Physicists' Recent Top Tweets

Updated: 2022-Jun-29 14:02 UTC. Entries: 20. Based on tweets of Physicists on Twitter. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

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

1. One retweet per 18 followers:

1. It’s ok to mourn and let people mourn.

2. Don’t spread misinformation. Abortion is still legal and available in many jurisdictions.

3. You HAVE to do more than mourn. Not sure where to start? Donate to abortion funds:https://t.co/qZnT9OjEO9

— The Disordered Cosmos by Chanda Prescod-Weinstein (@IBJIYONGI) June 24, 2022

2. One retweet per 27 followers:

Available Postdoctoral Positions at the Vector Institute. If you are interested in working at the intersection of quantum physics and machine learning, consider applying and mention my name in the application https://t.co/0M0UpUVbki

— Juan Felipe Carrasquilla Álvarez (@carrasqu) June 28, 2022

3. One retweet per 36 followers:

“Busier than a one-armed hooker on free handjob night” and “madder than a rained-on rooster” are variations I’ve heard

— Chris Vermilion (@ChrisVermilion) June 25, 2022

4. One retweet per 48 followers:

Con el territorio que tenemos podríamos ser líderes en vulcanología y geología, pero preferimos la corrupción, la cooptación de la única universidad pública y pagarle al primer mundo la tecnología que nosotros mismos podríamos desarrollar. https://t.co/cqTRuX6UBL

— Enrique Pazos (@enriquepazos) June 22, 2022

5. One retweet per 89 followers:

I've said it before but I'll say it again: phasing out nuclear power was the dumbest thing the Germans have ever done. https://t.co/TVHTGSTAjV

— Sabine Hossenfelder (@skdh) June 27, 2022

6. One retweet per 96 followers:

West Virginia v. EPA is potentially the most consequential US Supreme Court case remaining to be decided.

The immediate issue is the limits of the EPA's ability to regulate greenhouse gases.

The broader issue is the ability of Federal agencies to regulate anything at all.

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— Dr. Robert Rohde (@RARohde) June 27, 2022

7. One retweet per 98 followers:

The jewel-studded center of the Milky Way galaxy, courtesy of @HubbleTelescope! You can see it later tonight through a small telescope…but your telescope may not reveal as much detail😂 pic.twitter.com/TcBVmNChzX

— Brian Keating (@DrBrianKeating) June 28, 2022

8. One retweet per 98 followers:

It had nothing to do with democracy. It was a bunch of unelected judges (you know, the type you keep complaining about here). The SC made a decision 50 years ago. If it was right then (and we have to assume it was) how come it isn’t now?

— James West (@ejwwest) June 24, 2022

9. One retweet per 98 followers:

In light of the absolutely shit news, I hope professional societies like @AAPTHQ and @APSphysics consider refusing to host meetings where there will be real danger for attendees with uteruses.

— Sara Callori (@SaraDoesScience) June 24, 2022

10. One retweet per 99 followers:

The 2022 edition of the SIAM Workshop on Network Science will take place online on September 13-15. Call for abstracts is open! https://t.co/tNAvRXZyl4

— Renaud Lambiotte (@RenaudLambiotte) June 23, 2022

11. One retweet per 103 followers:

Received some enlightenment from one of my fellow Physics Olympiad coaches about the difference between heat and work in thermodynamics pic.twitter.com/lwfxe8hULx

— Brian Skinner (@gravity_levity) June 23, 2022

12. One retweet per 117 followers:

We laugh about how thick she is but she's also hugely dangerous. https://t.co/PdKnUlvL1X

— Edd Edmondson (@eddedmondson) June 24, 2022

13. One retweet per 128 followers:

Un hombre entra en un bar gay de Oslo, mata a 2 personas, hiere a 21. Las autoridades recomiendan prohibir todos los actos del #Orgullo. O sea, se usa un ataque contra el colectivo LGTBIQA+ para atacar al colectivo LGTBIQA+. https://t.co/zUGaGM5oB0

— Dra Jara Juana Bermejo-Vega 🏳️‍🌈 #HabráLeyTrans (@queenofquanta) June 25, 2022

14. One retweet per 128 followers:

I have an open postdoc position in my group! Please RT and forward :-) https://t.co/ezg3veG2Fm

— Stephanie Wehner (@StephWehner) June 23, 2022

15. One retweet per 132 followers:

just a reminder that using differential forms to write maxwell's equation is not a substitution for a personality

— Cari Cesarotti (@caridoesphysics) June 22, 2022

16. One retweet per 144 followers:

This week I got to speak to the new members of @ATLASexperiment and answer great questions about outreach & education initiatives and getting involved!

ATLAS produces lots of outputs and resources at https://t.co/7iwZP1JJL4 but is something missing you'd like to see? 🧐 -- a 🧵 pic.twitter.com/dQVpBpo5zG

— Darren Price (@darrenprice) June 28, 2022

17. One retweet per 145 followers:

Para que no nos tome desprevenidos: El modelo gringo (GEFS) y el europeo (ECMWF) coinciden en sus simulaciones. Es muy probable que el otro fin de semana sea lluvioso. pic.twitter.com/QzIn6NJctV

— Enrique Pazos (@enriquepazos) June 24, 2022

18. One retweet per 152 followers:

My favorite example of how even tiny quantum systems can be unamenable to classical computational techniques (and thus an opportunity for quantum computing techniques), the chromium dimer Cr_2, may now have fallen to classical computational techniques. https://t.co/1la3TWvW3J

— Kaden Hazzard (@QuantumHazzard) June 23, 2022

19. One retweet per 154 followers:

Els catalans hem après sobretot a cuidar-nos de qui menteix amb negociacions màgiques. De qui es pixen cada dia a Madrid. De qui ni ha blindat llengua, ni ha blindat audiovisual CAT, ni ha "desjudicialitzat" el procés, ni ha fet RES del q ha "xulejat" desenes de vegades en 4 anys pic.twitter.com/4aQynuzlvF

— 〰️David d'Ent.🎗#JoSócCDR〰️ (@denterd) June 23, 2022

20. One retweet per 156 followers:

Para el 1 de julio, muchas de las simulaciones del modelo europeo dan posibles tormenta para esta región. Desde ya habría que estarse preparando.

Si utilizamos la ciencia nos va mejor. pic.twitter.com/1X0TKuJnH4

— Enrique Pazos (@enriquepazos) June 22, 2022