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knowlengr @knowlengr🔁@scifri And this might be a good thing! Remembering the #microbiome shows kbros.co #scifrilive
Science Friday @scifri🔁Now on : The activity of springtime is still months away. But beneath the soil, it's a different story. and are he twitter.com re to tell us about the secret life of frozen soil.
Stephen R. Whitson @swhitson🔁We're playing Good Thing, Bad Thing on ! The SpaceX "Zuma" launch on Jan. 7 appears to have gone according to plan...or did it? weighs in.
Frank Landry @FrankLandry15🔁And that brings us to today’s guest on : , who helps her native Navajo community test for contamination after a devastating mine spill.
Stacy Donovan @Stacy_MUscience🔁Today on , we’re wrapping up the Breakthrough: Portraits of Women in Science series that we produced with . We’ve met a lot—and we mean A LOT—of cool women working in science along the way. Let’s introduce them to you.
Michael Paul Pennini @MichaelPPennini🔁Now on : How squeezing, squishing, and stretching cells can change their biology—and why it matters to medicine. and David Mooney of are here to fill us in.
Danny Finlay @dannyatwitz🔁Now on : Comic book superheroes use and abuse physics for their supernatural powers. But how many can actually explain the physics behind, say, gravitation? is here to talk about "The Dialogues," his new comic book...about physics.
Knowledge2Seek @Knowledge2Seek🔁 may have wrapped for the day, but it's always a good time to geek out about science! sciencefridaystore.com
Ryan Hollister @phaneritic🔁 It is indeed! And we're so excited to have @nativehydro on #SciFriLive today. twitter.com
Matt Wallenstein @mwallenstein🔁 And it's called....
....wait for it....
NECROMASS. ☠️ ☠️ ☠️
Jennifer Gliebe @booksandkids2🔁Now on : The activity of springtime is still months away. But beneath the soil, it's a different story. and are here to tell us about the secret life of frozen soil.
Science Friday @scifri🔁 may have wrapped for the day, but it's always a good time to geek out about science! twitter.com
Harmon Everett @Spacedad2🔁"The mathematics that Einstein used existed before him," points out on .
That leads to a big question in science, says : " Do we invent mathematics or do we discover it?"
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Nick_Zen @Nick_Zen🔁. prof Clifford Johnson () is on RIGHT NOW!
Tune in as he talks about physics, superheroes and his new graphic novel "The Dialogues."
HHMI NEWS @HHMINEWS🔁Today on , meet the hydrologist who investigated the Gold King Mine spill's health impacts on those living in the Navajo Nation. It's an incredible new installment of the Breakthrough series:
Elizabeth Henry @HenryLeerhenry🔁Now on : explains her robot that could someday help treat conditions in which tubular organs, such as the esophagus or bowel, are too short—just by gently stretching them.
knowlengr @knowlengr🔁"In winter, the leafless trees expose the nature of the [network] of roots below ground" twitter.com
Thermotron Ind. @ThermotronInd🔁Colorado engineers are helping us return to the moon, and beyond.Naturally, SEAKR puts its products through rigorous twitter.com testing to make sure they’re fit for the extremes of outer space. via
Science Friday @scifri🔁And it's called....
....wait for it....
NECROMASS. ☠️ ☠️ ☠️
Science Friday @scifri🔁Did you know that most of the organic matter in soils - a.k.a. all that brown and black stuff that you see - is actua twitter.com lly dead microbial bodies?
Yep, you're picking up dead microbes and their waste products when you scoop up a handful of soil.
Charles Bergquist @cbquist🔁NECROMASS???
Chris Intagliata @cintagliata🔁This one's a bombshell. But says most of the dark stuff you see in soil is
THE DEAD BODIES OF MICROBES
Science Friday @scifri🔁"All the action in the tundra is below ground. There can be 5x the amount of plant biomass beneath the surface compar twitter.com ed to above," explains on
knowlengr @knowlengr🔁Thx to @iraflatow on @scifri to reminding us of the importance of public funding science - not possible to say this too often #SciFriLive
Bonnie Gilbert @farmerbon🔁"Black holes tend to draw you in both physically... and narratively," says
(there are a couple chapters on black holes in his new book The Dialogues)
Science Friday @scifri🔁"The mathematics that Einstein used existed before him," points out on .
That leads to a big question in science, twitter.com says : " Do we invent mathematics or do we discover it?"
knowlengr @knowlengr🔁@cintagliata @scifri @asymptotia This is a possible Two Cultures @Unify2Cultures #narrative #SciFriLive