Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Because Science Aug 15
Would the first nuclear blast accidentally ignite the earth’s atmosphere? This was a real question scientists has to ask themselves.  
Reply Retweet Like
Christopher Austin 13h
I saw this image on a shirt and immediately thought of you. 💯💯
Reply Retweet Like
xsyntrex 6h
Reply Retweet Like
Because Science Aug 14
Reply Retweet Like
Emma Universe 🏳️‍🌈 Aug 19
Reply Retweet Like
Because Science 17h
How much would an antimatter bomb cost?
Reply Retweet Like
Aspen Personnel Inc. Aug 19
Reply Retweet Like
Wheelz Ukaegbu Aug 16
Lol sweet sweet thought fluid. I think I'll use that phrase
Reply Retweet Like
Because Science Aug 15
On July 16, 1945, we could have set the atmosphere on fire
Reply Retweet Like
rA9 Aug 18
Was watching latest Live feed & i don’t understand Star Trek’s Warp Speed anymore. Always thought you were just going really really really fast. But now i’m 🤯🤕 Would love a about what/how Warp Speed is/works. *unless there is a show up already*
Reply Retweet Like
Jessica Fun Size 8h
Replying to @BibRave @simi_run
A4: I’m in an HIV vaccine trial so I have HIV antibodies that would show a positive test on an initial test (I guess this could happen in an emergency room situation) even though I don’t have HIV. Be good if there was some kind of medical ID for this
Reply Retweet Like
Dave Sharma Aug 16
Hey Kyle, I just realized from tonight's episode that just like this equation, Obi-wan also had a f^Ke /d (fake id), keep up the great work btw
Reply Retweet Like
Kate JohnsonMcGregor 12h
This is insanity. asked yesterday: if a holocaust denier runs for political office, this will legitimize hate speech? We no longer have the right to teach WW2? It defies reason.
Reply Retweet Like
Steven Sankey Aug 16
“We’ve gotten lucky up until this point, but there will be a day when the luck will run out” Chilling words from in the latest, and fascinating,
Reply Retweet Like
Because Science Aug 16
We’re going live on Instagram at 2:40pm PT to take your questions from the chat before Live. ➡️
Reply Retweet Like
Because Science Aug 13
Chernobyl's radiation eating fungus
Reply Retweet Like
Dr. Mary Lynne Dittmar Aug 19
The data pipe has come a long way since the days when a few of us suggested stringing cable inside to rig a science network. Later we tried convincing to go for a phased array antenna. Glad to see things worked out anyway. 😉
Reply Retweet Like
Gregory Aug 14
I'm currently (and I make a point to do so weekly) wearing a Muppet shirt featuring Dr. Honeydew and Beaker
Reply Retweet Like
Word Of The Geek 21h
Reply Retweet Like
Adam Riemer 19h
Replying to @cshel @SEOAware and 2 others
so what you're saying is we should all move into a wine cave and cuddle with a cask of cabernet? ? I can do that.
Reply Retweet Like