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Matt Haig
@matthaig1
Being pro-choice isn't LIKING abortion. No-one LIKES abortion, you maniacs. It's simply admitting women have the right not to be imprisoned by their own bodies, where science can help. And that outdated religious dogma shouldn't dictate law.
25 May, 08:58 AM UTC
Desus Nice
@desusnice
drake really started this freestyle with a sigh like a fed up math teacher at a parent teacher conference. wild.
26 May, 12:33 AM UTC
Neil deGrasse Tyson
@neiltyson
I wonder if Aliens, upon landing near a car-filled freeway, will think car transport trucks are pregnant life forms. Neil deGrasse Tyson's photo on Science
25 May, 06:47 PM UTC
SportsCenter
@SportsCenter
Former Southern Illinois DE Jason Seaman, a middle school science teacher, is being hailed as a hero after intervening when a student armed with two handguns opened fire today in Indiana. Seaman was shot 3 times, but is "doing well" after surgery. https://t.co/2TkbgSvBxY
25 May, 08:06 PM UTC
Richard Dawkins
@RichardDawkins
The single biggest weapon in the armoury of creationist loons is “Only a Theory.” Telling people scientists use “theory” in a special way simply doesn’t work, & it’s only half true anyway. Please let’s STOP calling it a theory. Evolution is a FACT: a securely established fact.
25 May, 02:10 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Big, small. Hot, cold. The 8 planets in our solar system differ in lots of ways, but 1 thing they have in common is shape. Why are planets round? A planet’s gravity pulls equally from all sides, creating a sphere. See what other factors contribute: https://t.co/sorAsGaDlK NASA's photo on Science
25 May, 07:14 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Although beautiful, this @NASAHubble image does not do justice to this galaxy’s true appeal: it is actually a spectacular spiral galaxy! From Earth, the galaxy’s vast disk of gas, dust and stars is seen nearly edge-on, flat like a pancake. Take a look: https://t.co/M2EABJBs6L NASA's photo on Science
25 May, 05:24 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
"I don't know that I'll ever see anything quite that dramatic again." https://t.co/jrZkHwjQhU
25 May, 04:00 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Standing only a few feet away, photographer Mark Paul captured this image of a mother gorilla and her child on a mountain in Uganda https://t.co/ChkiLrhJYd National Geographic's photo on Science
25 May, 05:02 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
During 24 swoops through the Sun’s atmosphere over seven years, 1.1 million names of people will be along for the ride to get closer to our star than any spacecraft has gone before. See how they will be carried on this historic journey: https://t.co/5QlqeUEwwh NASA's photo on Science
25 May, 03:46 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
There’s a first time for everything! Earlier this week, a remote camera set up a quarter of a mile away from the launch pad MELTED 🔥🔥🔥 following our #GRACEFO launch. Get the full story from @nasahqphoto: https://t.co/e46h1ySmIF. NASA's photo on Science
25 May, 11:13 PM UTC
Curiosity Rover
@MarsCuriosity
Three cheers for @MarsPhoenix, who landed on the Red Planet 10 years ago #OTD, and was the first of us spacecraft on social media. One small step for bot, one giant leap for botkind. 🤖 https://t.co/uFF35LOZ4Z Curiosity Rover's photo on Science
25 May, 02:27 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
Ants take turns gently holding their comrade's hurt limb in place while intensely “licking” the wound for up to four minutes at a time https://t.co/MorbPEuZeJ
25 May, 08:00 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
A dynamic duo of water-tracking spacecraft, a resupply mission to the @Space_Station and 1.1 million names are heading to the Sun, is one of them yours? These stories and more from This Week at NASA! Watch: https://t.co/gaGHhNFxxH NASA's photo on Science
26 May, 01:07 AM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
These lynxes are likely in the middle of a territorial dispute—where they both got to part ways uninjured https://t.co/wxxDvzXFE7
25 May, 06:00 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
“We speak Russian, our names are Islamic or Persian, we try to be Turkish ... We haven’t figured out what it means to be Azerbaijani.” https://t.co/6YgIoBMfNc
25 May, 09:04 PM UTC
National Geographic
@NatGeo
By releasing a silky sail, spiders can “balloon” far distances—sometimes over entire oceans https://t.co/CKB5Yt3L2I
26 May, 01:00 AM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Pluto is not a planet – it’s a billion comets squished together https://t.co/73zQh2doO6 New Scientist's photo on Science
25 May, 03:51 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Pluto is not a planet – it’s a billion comets squished together https://t.co/LwkpK3FkXJ New Scientist's photo on Science
26 May, 01:32 AM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
2/2 MAGA-ites downplay the similarities between the Trump administration and Germany during the rise of Nazism. But sometimes the comparison writes itself. https://t.co/oc0mFk7Wj1
25 May, 07:05 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
Quantum physics may be even spookier than you think. A new experiment hints at surprising hidden mechanics of quantum superpositions. https://t.co/THYaHsjOUI (By @philipcball) Scientific American's photo on Science
25 May, 11:00 PM UTC
CERN
@CERN
World’s first crabbing of a proton beam: #CERN successfully tests crab cavities, a key component of the High-Luminosity #LHC Read more: https://t.co/mkEyKzUpCe #HiLumiLHC #particlephysics 📷 Julien Ordan/CERN CERN's photo on Science
25 May, 02:22 PM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
Why does music make us feel? A study demonstrates the power of music to alter our emotional perceptions of other people https://t.co/wZjXeNZ5Lw Scientific American's photo on Science
26 May, 12:00 AM UTC
Computer Science
@CompSciFact
'Premature abstraction is as bad as premature optimization.' -- Luciano Ramalho
25 May, 03:45 PM UTC
NASA JPL
@NASAJPL
Guess what? There’s ZERO traffic on alien worlds. This #MemorialDayWeekend take some “me time” outside of the solar system with @PlanetQuest’s Exoplanet Travel Bureau. All aboard! ⇢ https://t.co/EvK0m2f49t NASA JPL's photo on Science
25 May, 04:04 PM UTC
Science Channel
@ScienceChannel
This plane can swallow 3 Apache helicopters! Watch full episodes of #MegaMachines online now (no login req'd): https://t.co/pjL3YYvH02 Science Channel's photo on Science
25 May, 03:08 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
The grand delusion: Why nothing is as it seems https://t.co/31UvNcTHpV New Scientist's photo on Science
26 May, 12:22 AM UTC
Scientific American
@sciam
How much can we know? The reach of the scientific method is constrained by the limitations of our tools and the intrinsic impenetrability of some of nature's deepest questions https://t.co/hF9Vfe1B8f Scientific American's photo on Science
25 May, 10:00 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Brain implant for OCD surprisingly helps alleviate diabetes too https://t.co/ai7IY8lMvV New Scientist's photo on Science
25 May, 02:35 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
"We really need to understand what are the risk and protective factors for not only suicide, but suicidal behavior in young people of color." https://t.co/AwBXgHsnon
25 May, 08:50 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Bonobos, like humans, act as birth attendants. https://t.co/SKpLsnBmq8
25 May, 02:40 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
Asteroid that killed the dinosaurs caused massive global warming https://t.co/tRdAobNLBz New Scientist's photo on Science
25 May, 07:43 PM UTC
Science Magazine
@sciencemagazine
As CO2 levels rise, the rice we grow gets less nutritious. Read the research in @ScienceAdvances: https://t.co/q2gZpMmxmw Science Magazine's photo on Science
25 May, 03:42 PM UTC
March for Science
@ScienceMarchDC
Although National Park Service officials say the report was handled properly, the study’s lead author says the administrative review process has morphed from a “rubber stamp” into a tool for the government to suppress inconvenient science. https://t.co/v4Av9D4g98
25 May, 03:03 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
This asteroid travels around the sun in reverse from the planets. https://t.co/qhhHCbtxmt
25 May, 07:05 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Plants often look helpless to a human, but they fight with smells and other invisible chemistry — which lets them recruit wasps that kill pesky caterpillars. https://t.co/cshJ3mgqhA
25 May, 11:55 PM UTC
New Scientist
@newscientist
The idea that all humans evolved from a small population in East Africa turns out to be wrong. Our beginnings were far stranger https://t.co/mQw4UuJBBf New Scientist's photo on Science
26 May, 02:49 AM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
1/2 The NFL admits Trump’s nationalistic bloviating pressured them into changing their anthem policy. https://t.co/dvwubACTiE
25 May, 07:03 PM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
While coyotes are moving into South America, a species of fox is headed for North America. An exchange of predators between the two continents hasn't occurred in millions of years. https://t.co/gd1L2Qyipj
26 May, 01:29 AM UTC
For Women in Science
@4womeninscience
Congratulations to geneticist Dr. @Magda_Skipper, the first woman to head @nature in 149 years 🙌 #WomenInScience https://t.co/rG7jHQq4rw
25 May, 03:37 PM UTC
Discover Magazine
@DiscoverMag
What magnetic fields do to your brain and body: https://t.co/sm2fkypD80 Discover Magazine's photo on Science
25 May, 07:30 PM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
It has been cloudy or gross or my back hurt too much to take my ‘scope out ever since I got it fixed a few weeks ago (any amateur astronomer will tell you this always happens). Will tonight be the night? Dying to see Jupiter!
25 May, 09:24 PM UTC
NASA Ames
@NASAAmes
On the latest #NASASiliconValley podcast, we talk about how data science is changing the way we study our Sun and improving space weather forecasts with Lika Guhathakurta of @NASAAmes and Ryan McGranaghan of @NASAJPL. Listen: https://t.co/JjzxlYwQfR NASA Ames's photo on Science
25 May, 08:51 PM UTC
Phys.org
@physorg_com
New #materials, heated under high magnetic fields, could produce record levels of energy, model shows @MIT @ScienceAdvances https://t.co/ceiqREjWbj
25 May, 06:00 PM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
Merck, the company that makes the vaccine, has donated 8,640 doses to the emergency response effort. https://t.co/hRiWmOaLP3
26 May, 12:45 AM UTC
Science News
@ScienceNews
I only wanted to see you underneath the coronal rain. https://t.co/yce1948iKD
26 May, 03:45 AM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
[3/2 @erin__obrien also found the original newspaper clip via Tony Ramos: https://t.co/jQACCMrrFW ]
25 May, 07:06 PM UTC
Phys.org
@physorg_com
Mars rocks may harbor signs of #life from four billion years ago https://t.co/bEY6OiESeT
25 May, 03:16 PM UTC
AsapSCIENCE
@AsapSCIENCE
Ever wonder how much each of your body parts are worth? Find out in our NEW VIDEO: https://t.co/b9b5MnTNgL AsapSCIENCE's photo on Science
25 May, 03:43 PM UTC
AsapSCIENCE
@AsapSCIENCE
Ladies, find out how much your eggs are worth in our NEW VIDEO "How Much Is Your Body Worth?" -watch here: https://t.co/b9b5MnTNgL AsapSCIENCE's photo on Science
25 May, 06:33 PM UTC
Phys.org
@physorg_com
How a particle may stand still in rotating #spacetime @physrevlett https://t.co/9wl8i3jslK
25 May, 06:50 PM UTC
Brian Cox
@ProfBrianCox
This is tempting isn’t it ! https://t.co/kgIdbfBwwH
26 May, 03:45 AM UTC
Nature News & Comment
@NatureNews
“The discovery in the pyramids last year has really put muography on the map.” https://t.co/zO132ZIpeT
25 May, 04:54 PM UTC
Phys.org
@physorg_com
Scientists discover new magnetic element @UMNews @NatureComms https://t.co/6Y5Ac9FAdf
25 May, 05:34 PM UTC
NYT Science
@NYTScience
While coyotes are moving into South America, a species of fox is headed for North America. An exchange of predators between the two continents hasn't occurred in millions of years. https://t.co/jtdX80H0tu
25 May, 01:53 PM UTC
WIRED Science
@WIREDScience
One physicist's diabolical plan to bring back his favorite science fiction show. Sort of. https://t.co/8yrr5hzKS3
25 May, 10:50 PM UTC
Phil Plait
@BadAstronomer
Whoa, I didn’t know this spacecraft was already so close to its asteroid target! https://t.co/9hZeUE0x9K
25 May, 05:11 PM UTC
News from Science
@NewsfromScience
After you die, some things in your body keep on ticking: https://t.co/KiNckuBGBX News from Science's photo on Science
25 May, 01:28 PM UTC
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