We looked inside some of the tweets by @WellsiteGeo and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Sun, 02 Aug 2020 17:13:01 GMT) https://t.co/s8zVhuWkxC https://t.co/UCVodIO6t2 https://t.co/1gTL962bgS https://t.co/ke70SdgdKs https://t.co/awZrXsq9GN Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! https://t.co/bOTBkltmx5
Worth knowing for everyone. You don't necessarily have the right credentials on today's computer, even if you do have theoretical access. https://t.co/NUJmRz2aFa
Hmmm. *someone* is taking COVID-19 for the long haul. This town is replacing it's plastic signs with ones printed on metal, good for a decade or several. https://t.co/G1susyBZHK
Ahhh. Convection. Relaxing. Also, of course, deeply stimulating to the geological mind. Yesterday, I was staring to granite mountains kn the horizon, bubbling up through the metamorphics just like this. Truly, you see the world differently through geological eyes. https://t.co/TMNy5agzqy
Mail-In Voting is already proving to be a catastrophic disaster. Even testing areas are way off. The Dems talk of foreign influence in voting, but they know that Mail-In Voting is an easy way for foreign countries to enter the race. Even beyond that, there’s no accurate count!
He's setting up to cancel the election, isn't he. American Democracy : 1776-2016. No issue. No funeral. https://t.co/tGLZr0obyM
I, for one, and before the coffee takes effect, welcome our giant scrotum frog overlords. https://t.co/rRwPkDWz23
"Do the decent thing"? Look, this is capitalism, not a fairy tale. Of course they won't return a penny. https://t.co/nDdmwaKCpc
If it's pissing with rain and the tent has sprung a leak, then is this Glencoe? https://t.co/ec34EXMyu2
The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Thu, 16 Jul 2020 17:13:01 GMT) https://t.co/UCVodIO6t2 https://t.co/s8zVhuWkxC https://t.co/1gTL962bgS https://t.co/ke70SdgdKs https://t.co/awZrXsq9GN Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! https://t.co/9LiNl87WaO
The most influential science resource available - including "Nature" and "Science". https://t.co/TRHo0r76YF
Well there is some unexpectedly good news. The headline makes it sound as if there is something new in this, but there isn't. https://t.co/BJ3RzLmoKd 9.7 GigaPeople is going to be a hell of a strain on the Earth's environmental supports. Someone else's problem.
1) A stranger than fiction Roman ring mystery thread: this enigmatic Roman gold ring was found in a ploughed field near Silchester in 1785. The square bezel has a portrait of the pagan goddess Venus, inscribed backwards SUNEV for use as a signet ring by the owner. Curiously... https://t.co/Ls0QcDVNzq