Scientific American

Scientific American

@sciam

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Joined on May 04, 2008
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @sciam and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
6 hours
Average replies
370
Average retweets
1318
Average likes
7807
Tweets with photos
26 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

25. in country United States and category Magazines & Journals

35. in category Magazines & Journals

45. in country United States and category Media

192. in category Media

442. in country United States

The number 42 really is special, and not just because it is the answer to the great question of life, the universe, and everything. Fun from @octavegreard via @PourlaScience https://t.co/q6yQTTUiMi via @sciam

Science matters more now than ever. Support science journalism by subscribing to Scientific American: https://t.co/EZ5PAHE16B https://t.co/eS3YW97vkX

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death is one more terrible blow in a year of loss, writes @AARosenbergUCS. She was a long-time champion of civil rights and a key vote on a closely divided court https://t.co/AvgHskgmjo https://t.co/oq8AUGdL6y

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death is one more terrible blow in a year of loss, writes @AARosenbergUCS. She was a long-time champion of civil rights and a key vote on a closely divided court https://t.co/AvgHskgmjo https://t.co/oq8AUGdL6y

As faith in government hits historic lows, organizers in the U.K. are trying a new math-based approach to democracy. Would it work in the bitterly divided U.S? https://t.co/3U9BOSGqma

Best known for her advocacy for equality between the sexes, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was also thought of as a reliable vote for environmental interests that argued before the high court. In practice, her jurisprudence was much more complex. https://t.co/sTDjFCTF9F

Scientific American has endorsed a presidential candidate for the first time in our 175-year history.

We urge you to vote for @JoeBiden, who is offering fact-based plans to protect our health, our economy and the environment: https://t.co/qOoy1vE3cT #Election2020 https://t.co/iAg0Fm8jy6

Scientific American has endorsed a presidential candidate for the first time in our 175-year history. We urge you to vote for @JoeBiden, who is offering fact-based plans to protect our health, our economy and the environment: https://t.co/qOoy1vE3cT #Election2020 https://t.co/iAg0Fm8jy6

Tens of thousands of homeowners flooded by Hurricane Sally face potentially large financial losses because the federal government lists them improperly as living outside a flood zone and does not require them to have flood insurance. https://t.co/GDKLyyq4zp

This is a really neat use of metalenses: Engineers designed a completely flat wide-angle lens capable of capturing 180-degree panoramic views (https://t.co/N4seKQgRUm). @sciam featured metalenses in our Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2019 package (https://t.co/8M3ccfhaLa)

Who will get a COVID-19 vaccine first? Access plans are taking shape https://t.co/WeEE6XhZwo https://t.co/hgpYoxwv9g

Who will get a COVID-19 vaccine first? Access plans are taking shape https://t.co/WeEE6XhZwo https://t.co/hgpYoxwv9g

Earthquake sounds could reveal how quickly the ocean is warming https://t.co/kE7M5quefy https://t.co/XM3tiGwz35

Earthquake sounds could reveal how quickly the ocean is warming https://t.co/kE7M5quefy https://t.co/XM3tiGwz35

There’s truth in science. There’s truth in journalism. 

Save 25% on a Digital Subscription to Scientific American: https://t.co/TebJSZnEnL https://t.co/eLu6cm09bC

There’s truth in science. There’s truth in journalism. Save 25% on a Digital Subscription to Scientific American: https://t.co/TebJSZnEnL https://t.co/eLu6cm09bC

We may now have direct evidence that planets can survive unscathed the violent churn that attends their host star’s death. https://t.co/Liy3RUJjpj

Quoted @Revkin

➡️ @Sciam's @laurahelmuth: "Four years ago we warned against him but didn’t take the final step of saying vote for Hilary Clinton." This year? "If you care about science, health, the environment, evidence-based policy & reality there’s one clear choice." https://t.co/ZYH0xXgdMt

@sciam Here's @laurahelmuth, editor in chief of @SciAm, explaining the decision in some depth with some fantastic reflections by @DrRitaColwell - longtime NSF director - Kerry Emanuel of MIT, @profadamsobel of @LamontEarth, Helen Ingram of @UCIrvine https://t.co/vpBHjQUAHo

Quoted @sciam

Scientific American has never endorsed a presidential candidate in our 175-year history—until now. The 2020 election is literally a matter of life and death. We urge you to vote for health, science and Joe Biden for President. https://t.co/8TlH7shjFn

Science knows. https://t.co/lIBHUVAX8I

Join our #18MinutesWith live Q&A session with Dr. Jennifer Buell on 9/16 at 4 pm EDT and pose your questions as we discuss immunotherapy in the era of COVID19 [Sponsored by @Agenus_Bio] https://t.co/BJPkojOGjV

Whether it's a cough or a sore throat, doctors in areas affected by the recent wildfires must determine whether symptoms are caused by the coronavirus, smoke, or even the flu. https://t.co/bw2ku0bFfc

Quoted @sciam

Scientific American has never endorsed a presidential candidate in our 175-year history—until now. The 2020 election is literally a matter of life and death. We urge you to vote for health, science and Joe Biden for President. https://t.co/8TlH7shjFn

Science will win. https://t.co/1KRipY9MCi

With much of the nation’s attention focused on Western wildfires, a different climate disaster arrived overnight with a roundhouse kick. https://t.co/eFjvxUaacz

The detection of a possible sign of life in Venus’ clouds is just the beginning. https://t.co/HTaZXvIWFT

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