Physicists' Recent Top Tweets

Updated: 2021-Oct-23 13:43 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 26 followers:

This is astonishing. You can date the time the Norse were in North America from trees they cut down that contain anomalously high C14 due to a cosmic ray event in the year 993! Counting rings, you get AD 1021. https://t.co/Qpf4QPUKb2

— Chris Adami (@ChristophAdami) October 20, 2021

2. One retweet per 26 followers:

Davant de la retirada de l'escó del diputat de Podemos, val la pena recordar què deien els seus col·leguis de l'"ESP fraternal on CAT pot sentir-se còmode" quan van suspendre els diputats al Congrés votats per més d'1.500.000 catalans: "Me pilla muy lejos!"pic.twitter.com/R7i4Rd26OI

— [ David d'Ent.🎗#JoSócCDR ] (@denterd) October 22, 2021

3. One retweet per 40 followers:

It is live @Nature! "Linking hippocampal multiplexed tuning, Hebbian plasticity and navigation"https://t.co/QMMx9Ub345 https://t.co/Fmj9KOen1Q

— Mayank Mehta, Prof: Physics, Neuro, ECE (@Neuro_Physics) October 20, 2021

4. One retweet per 40 followers:

El pitjor enemic de l'Oriol @Junqueras de després de l'1-O és l'Oriol Junqueras d'abans de l'1-O.pic.twitter.com/FiaSCy8zEJ

— [ David d'Ent.🎗#JoSócCDR ] (@denterd) October 16, 2021

5. One retweet per 42 followers:

宇宙線研究所からのお知らせ 2021.10.21https://t.co/9rcmX6i8nk

— 手を洗うMasahiro Kuze / 久世正弘 (@mkuze) October 21, 2021

6. One retweet per 46 followers:

Finished the GR course. I really enjoyed it. Such a wonderful subject to teach. My lecture notes can be found here: https://t.co/b41WqZ93GW Hardly anything is original (mostly following @seanmcarroll and David Tong), but I drew lots of figures. pic.twitter.com/9risacFR0w

— Daniel Baumann (@DD_Baumann) October 20, 2021

7. One retweet per 49 followers:

19 years, seven Spiderman movies, three Star Wars sequel movies, Daniel Craig's full tenure as James Bond, one global financial crisis, 1 global pandemic, and Indonesia finally win the Thomas Cup !!!

— Haryo Sumowidagdo (@exphep) October 17, 2021

8. One retweet per 49 followers:

El policia #Villarejo fa apologia del terrorisme d'estat dels GAL i diu també que hi ha una unitat de les clavegueres de l'estat que es dedica a assassinar persones que poden comprometre el poder. Però tu no diguis #PutaEspanya, que és lleig.pic.twitter.com/GWJj729WTb

— [ David d'Ent.🎗#JoSócCDR ] (@denterd) October 21, 2021

9. One retweet per 53 followers:

A post-doc position is available in my group. pic.twitter.com/uvDGtYBQQq

— Paul Francois (@p_r_francois) October 18, 2021

10. One retweet per 54 followers:

Demonstrating the photoelectric effect (emission of e- when photons hit the metal) the old-fashioned way: a zink plate, an electrometer, a carbon arc lamp (and yes, a rabbit fur). Tomorrow we'll measure Planck's constant with a slightly more sophisticated, yet very simple setup pic.twitter.com/fiWiAdExwP

— Laura Baudis (@lbaudis) October 19, 2021

11. One retweet per 61 followers:

La periodista canària F.González fa una intervenció en català des del volcà de LaPalma perquè va estudiar a CAT anys enrere.
Amb la nefasta política lingüística universitària actual a CAT aquesta professional no hagués aprés un borrall de la nostra llenguapic.twitter.com/89BmXufOuA

— [ David d'Ent.🎗#JoSócCDR ] (@denterd) October 19, 2021

12. One retweet per 61 followers:

They really weren't lying about PhD students' parents being profs, docs, etc. Don't get me wrong, I'm super proud to come from humble origins, but it's kinda nuts to just see it before your own eyes, you know?

— george iskander 6'4 (جورج إسكندر) (@gwisk20) October 16, 2021

13. One retweet per 67 followers:

México en las noticias de Nature, de las revistas de ciencia más importantes. Suele ser motivo de orgullo; hoy es motivo de vergüenza.

Attempt to charge Mexican scientists with ‘organized crime’ prompts international outcry https://t.co/v3Lobl9IJK

— Luis Mochan (@wlmb) October 19, 2021

14. One retweet per 72 followers:

Before @COP26_Coalition's 6th November mobilisations we have @FFF_Glasgow @FFF_Scotland @Fridays4future Youth Strikes on 5th November - join me in signing up as a steward because they need lots ✊ Sign up: https://t.co/GUCBrSbKIKhttps://t.co/PhOx1vbVWu

— Graeme (Dead)dolls (@GEddolls) October 20, 2021

15. One retweet per 73 followers:

Is this how black holes are formed? https://t.co/2tggFMsAbY

— Dr. Physghoul² - 👻 (@SJDJ) October 20, 2021

16. One retweet per 74 followers:

The @EuCAPT White Paper "Opportunities and Challenges for Theoretical Astroparticle Physics in the Next Decade" (135 authors, 400 endorsers, 133 pages, 1382 refs.) is now on the @arxiv! 🥳https://t.co/H9K5yx3KWP pic.twitter.com/OFX9FeCRvr

— Gianfranco Bertone (@gfbertone) October 20, 2021

17. One retweet per 87 followers:

If climate change were given the attention that it deserves, then politicians of all stripes would be working towards solutions.

It is enormously frustrating that protecting the future of our planet is so often treated as a controversial, political issue.

— Dr. Robert Rohde (@RARohde) October 16, 2021

18. One retweet per 89 followers:

why ducklings follow their mothers swimming in formation? Evolution meets fluid mechanics; the world needs more papers like this https://t.co/koOFp4qeJi pic.twitter.com/hzFWHlijqw

— Jorge S. Diaz (@jsdiaz_) October 22, 2021

19. One retweet per 92 followers:

👇It hurts to see this. It hurts to think about those who are ventilated. pic.twitter.com/beJ0658sGX

— Yaneer Bar-Yam (@yaneerbaryam) October 18, 2021

20. One retweet per 93 followers:

Nobel prize winner in physics, Shinichiro Tomonaga, age 56, posing in front of his Tokyo home. He won the Nobel Prize with Richard Feynman and Julius Schwinger in 1965, for independent renormalization methods in Quantum Electrodynamics, which Freeman Dyson proved were equivalent. pic.twitter.com/iI5U3HfZbS

— Paul Halpern (@phalpern) October 16, 2021