We looked inside some of the tweets by @lukebarnesastro and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
I can’t believe this news. So very sad to hear about this. Rip Deano, you will be missed. https://t.co/Mc8h36gnWe
Stable elements for life? Alas Lewis & Barnes https://t.co/OHSk9hhnHn
Asteroid 2020 SO may get captured by Earth from Oct 2020 - May 2021. Current nominal trajectory shows shows capture through L2, and escape through L1. Highly-chaotic path, so be prepared for lots of revisions as new observations come in. @renerpho @nrco0e https://t.co/h4JaG2rHEd https://t.co/RfUaeLtEWq
In 1665 Cambridge University closed because of plague. Isaac Newton retreated to rural Lincolnshire. During his 2 years in lockdown he worked out calculus, the true meaning of colour, gravitation, planetary orbits & the 3 Laws of Motion. Will 2020 be someone’s Annus Mirabilis?
I bet he didn't have to implement hybrid teaching though, did he? https://t.co/wA8dso9wD8
I think Zoom is really bringing out my artistic abilities. Signed copies available on request. https://t.co/m0MDeG8Qx0
Some cool ongoing research with @lukebarnesastro looking at the fiery physics of the Big Bang - Some exciting “what ifs” about the nature of the universe. Paper coming soon!
I very much enjoy watching the captions on my cosmology lectures. They do not well capture the words I say. I'm sure you're all familiar with the screaming equation. https://t.co/ldvZVu4nA1
Still true, but now with 137k views. What is the point of doing accurate popular science if anyone with a YouTube account can completely misrepresent an entire field and get 137k views? SMH. https://t.co/Oe9OKTqUkQ