21 Science Tweets That Will Make You Say “Wow”
“The dinosaurs didn’t ‘rule the earth’ they were just alive stop giving them credit for administrative skills they almost certainly didn’t have.”
Collision of 2 bubble rings underwater pic.twitter.com/Gtx1Mt3POl
— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) August 17, 2017
The dinosaurs didnt “rule the earth” they were just alive stop giving them credit for administrative skills they almost certainly didnt have
— Better things are possible (@InternetHippo) August 20, 2017
"Orion's Belt is a big waist of space."
Terrible joke. Only three stars.
— KO³ (@techoglot) September 17, 2017
This Fibonacci joke is as bad as the last two you heard combined.
— Calvin Bottoms (@calvinb) September 13, 2017
The reality is, a vanilla soy latte is a type of three-bean soup.
— Lockwood DeWitt (@lockwooddewitt) August 8, 2017
him: which die hard film had the chemicals
me: everything is chemicals
him: *just the longest sigh ever*
— r e n i 🍂 (@reniadeb) August 2, 2017
who wants to tell them https://t.co/AeHVqMnCt9
— David Sims (@davidlsims) September 17, 2017
Behold this gif of an actual fucking volcano erupting on Jupiter's moon Io. pic.twitter.com/m40XKUbjKu
— AeroDork (@AeroDork) April 19, 2017
two of the deeply weirdest things you've maybe never seen are jupiter from above and below pic.twitter.com/xCscqmatqF
— Rob Dubbin (@robdubbin) December 8, 2015
Land: Okay, there's like 4 basic shapes and everything is pretty much that.
Water: I MADE A MONSTER FROM FEATHERS AND MOTOR NEURONS pic.twitter.com/krUC5hFof7
— Gabriel 'BEEFSAPIEN' Morton (@gabrielenguard) November 26, 2016
Just realized: your fingernails grow at the same speed at which continents drift. Imagine traveling across the Earth at a nail's pace. Wow.
— Aatish Bhatia (@aatishb) October 16, 2014
Science is tricky. Keeps you on your toes.
Mineralogy? Study of minerals.
Oceanology? Study of oceans.
Meteorology? NOT ABOUT METEORS.
— Adam of Earth (@AdamOfEarth) September 8, 2013
— NASA Solar System (@NASASolarSystem) September 10, 2017
🌓🌎🌞 <– lunar eclipse
🌎🌓🌞 <– solar eclipse
🌎🌞🌗 <– apocalypse
— Katie Mack (@AstroKatie) October 5, 2014
We basically broke up with Pluto by saying it wasn't a planet anymore then spent 9yrs obsessing about it & just drove by its house real slow
— Niles (@River_Niles) July 15, 2015
Perhaps the greatest museum description of archaeological practice ever written?! pic.twitter.com/LfP1GW7L55
— token_communities (@ancient_tokens) September 9, 2017
This is a very important general point: people are far too inclined to believe that a crisis averted was never a crisis at all. pic.twitter.com/vuJNvid0Bb
— David Andress (@ProfDaveAndress) September 3, 2017
Proof by Clementine: the surface area of a sphere is 4 pi r^2 (trace around widest part of clementine 4 times) pic.twitter.com/Bxj2v6wpAO
— Steven Strogatz (@stevenstrogatz) January 14, 2015
SHE CALCULATED ROCKET TRAJECTORIES BY HAND.
BUZZ ALDRIN TRUSTED NO-ONE ELSE, NOT EVEN THEIR COMPUTERS. https://t.co/liVtd8cX8c
— Oli Young (@oliyoung) August 25, 2017