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Pero es que, además de no querer tener un arma, tampoco quiero que me disparen con una. Manías que tiene uno. https://t.co/MWo9YVdXQm— Daniel Manzano (@spidermanzano) March 21, 2019
Cuando estuve viviendo en Boston hice un curso de tiro que organizaba mi universidad junto a la Asociación Nacional del Rifle. Sin llegar a convertirme en un experto (ni ganas) sí que aprendí un par de cosas sobre la posesión de armas por parte de civiles.— Daniel Manzano (@spidermanzano) March 21, 2019
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
turtles have teeth in their throats— dr ben =:⧼ (@bnprime) March 20, 2019
so i was going to go "haha well actually" and post a picture
but then i googled it and looked at the picture and i have decided not to
because you don't deserve that kind of bone-deep horror in your morning https://t.co/tSwiwsmmqX
We've lost an incredible person - & I've lost my best friend. My heart is shattered, but so proud to been part of her life. She's changed not just Ireland but the world. Please heed her words; the #HPVvaccine saves lives. For more than I can ever say, #ThankYouLaura xx pic.twitter.com/dPxE8DDmIH— David Robert Grimes (@drg1985) March 20, 2019
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
On one hand, being a vocal climate science communicator can be detrimental to your academic job prospects— Kate Marvel (@DrKateMarvel) March 20, 2019
On the other hand, the past 5 years were the hottest on record, Mozambique and Nebraska are underwater, and California fire season is now year-round
A fractal impossible object, packed with impossibility at multiple scales!— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) March 23, 2019
Nidhal Selmi drew this. It's a blend of the Sierpinski triangle, a famous fractal, and the Penrose tribar, a famous "impossible object".
Let me explain how it's connected to sheaf cohomology.
I am offering a position that combines science communication and research, with a strong #CitizenScience component, as well as working closely with municipal partners.— Christopher Kyba (@skyglowberlin) March 21, 2019
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
Happy St Patrick’s Day! Today we remember that:— Chanda Prescod-Weinstein 🙅🏽♀️ 🇧🇧🌈 (@IBJIYONGI) March 17, 2019
1. Indentured servitude, while terrible, was not comparable to intergenerational chattel slavery
2. Theresa May sucks
3. A lot of people treat today as a white pride day with a good cover story.
4. White pride is violent.
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
The mathematician Emmy Noether was born #OTD in 1882. She made groundbreaking advances in abstract algebra, and her eponymous theorems articulated the deep connection between symmetries and conserved quantities in physics.— Robert McNees (@mcnees) March 23, 2019
Image: Public domain (photographer unknown) pic.twitter.com/BBGd3K0En9
The number of minutes of daylight is increasing at its maximum rate today. Happy max derivative day, everybody!— Steven Strogatz (@stevenstrogatz) March 20, 2019
From one of my daughters pic.twitter.com/lJKJqKBkp6— Steven Strogatz (@stevenstrogatz) March 21, 2019
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
Study shows IPCC is underselling climate change— Paul Beckwith (@PaulHBeckwith) March 20, 2019
We are in a global climate emergency, and we must call a spade a spade....https://t.co/sWQaxLO2Ug via @physorg_com
.@nature blink twice if you need help. https://t.co/a8SddF8eJg— Will Kinney (@WKCosmo) March 20, 2019
Bu gece nerede ne yapıyorsanız iki dakika durup göğe bakın. En son 114 yıl önce 21 Mart gündönümünde böyle kocaman dolunay olmuştu, bir daha da 125 yıl sonra olacak. https://t.co/HPzS0xAIQV— Mete Atature (@MeteAtature) March 20, 2019
Mean values are not always the most informative statistic. Take following little known fact as a reminder of that: https://t.co/Vln7ucCvrH— Tommaso Dorigo (@dorigo) March 21, 2019
A cube whizzes past at nearly the speed of light, c. What do you see? Lorentz contraction squashes the cube. But you *see* it as rotated and bent, since light from different parts of the cube take different amounts of time to reach you - and it's moved a lot by then!— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) March 17, 2019