We looked inside some of the tweets by @rkhamsi and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
P.S. Daniel's chocolates are kick-ass. Check out Chocolats Monarque: https://t.co/3R5fsuRqS2
As I was leaving, a man in in 60's walked in, donning a fabric mask with a valve. We're doing this wrong. Hong Kong didn't magically develop a "mask culture" after SARS: it took public education. At least the city councilor I informed about his mask didn't get defensive...
This second sentence is EVERYTHING 👇 We need a better public education campaign on masks. https://t.co/7APHlJ2roN
I don't know if people realize how incredible a scholar Anthony Fauci is. He has an H-index of 221 (in medicine, >50 or above is highly accomplished, >100 is extraordinary, and >200 is stratospheric, achieved by <100 scholars in the world). His work has been cited 217,943 times.
217,943 is a big number! https://t.co/cIFzOsWrrD
I grew up with a basenji (the dog pictured here) because my parents flipped through a book of dogs and settled on a dog that couldn't bark. Little did they know its ancestors hailed from the Middle East, just like us. https://t.co/1cQVHbaxMe
Remember when everyone was trying to "flatten the curve"? It's still better to put off getting COVID-19, and we now have the data to prove it: https://t.co/LMICZQceiX
When black holes are young, they gobble up information and keep it down. When they get very old, most of what they eat “is regurgitated almost immediately.” https://t.co/XxZr7XVhR3
Coincidentally this is also my reporting process before and after my brain reaches capacity. https://t.co/TXlzflIlH5
Just a reminder that I, too, have a Substack newsletter, and it’s free: https://t.co/T6oicLqpwB
An etymologist explains how Halloween candy favorites got their names https://t.co/wdtmygAsJh