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SCARE-en James ❄️
rogue scientist (formerly & ), outdoorswoman • molecular ecology, genetics, evolution, botany, space, intersectional feminism, resistance
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SCARE-en James ❄️ 16h
Replying to @Lollardfish
Yeah. 😔
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 20
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 20
Replying to @BHBleakley
Yep, that’s the only way to do it with blind corners.
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SCARE-en James ❄️ retweeted
An Isaac Butler Reboot Oct 19
This thread is pure joy
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @RowGirlVT
What the…?
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @kejames
PSA: If there aren’t any sidewalks, you should always* walk or run facing oncoming traffic. *There are a couple of exceptions, addressed in the article.
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Wowowwww
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @ErngenC
And indeed there’s evidence.
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @ErngenC
But… but… all a car would have to do is drift a few inches over the white line and… 😵
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @kejames
*I’m talking about on a shoulder, not on a raised or otherwise separated sidewalk or other pathway.
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @ErngenC
I mean, I get it if you’re safely separated from the road, like on a raised sidewalk. But on a shoulder?
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @ErngenC
WHAT OH MY GOD 😱😱😱
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
I have questions for people who walk with – not against – traffic. Why? Did your parents not teach you? How can you trust drivers like that? Do you have a death wish?
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @SpaceGeck
😱
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
I will never understand people who have no compunction about watching/listening to things on their phones at full volume in public places.
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SCARE-en James ❄️ retweeted
The Dr. Tressie McMillan Cottom Oct 19
Well this is adorable and also a clearly written paper. Sometimes our methods speak just hides that we "read some stuff and saw some stuff". I woild prefer we say that a bit more.
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @tressiemcphd
Me too. This paper inspired me to think about my own scientific writing differently.
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @tressiemcphd
Ever seen the “Blackawton bees” paper? Eight year olds published a legit paper in a Royal Society journal. It’s one of my favorite things ever.
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @DrAndrewKirkham
Watery tart! Watery tart!
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SCARE-en James ❄️ Oct 19
Replying to @lyndalovon
Scientific subject matter isn’t the same thing as science. I think this is where our disagreement is coming from.
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